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of Can Signoria ; Details from top of
tomb of Can Signoria

Brantwood. 1870. – Venice, Grand Canal (pencil), Cook's " Studies in Ruskin"

Oxford.
Perhaps this year, or 1872, Rialto (color,

63 x 9 in.); and Front of Riva de'

Schiavoni (color, 10 x 14 in.). . Miss Hilliard. 1871.- Kingfisher, color (Cook's “Studies in

Ruskin "); Wild Rose, Matlock . . Oxford.
Kingfisher's Foot, and Dormer Window,
Abingdon

Brantwood. 1872. — Eagle's head, bird's wing, and head of

Greek Statue; Stuffed Jackal; sketch
of head; Verona (pencil, 10 x 9 in.);

S. Giorgio de' Schiavoni (10 x 9} in.). Prof. Norton.
Moonlight at Venice (colored by moon-

light, 5} x 9} in.); and Portrait of Miss

C. Hilliard (pencil, 163 X 13} in.) Mrs. Churchill.
Coliseum and St. Peter's, Rome; Oxford

School Studies Jampot, Candle, and
others

Brantwood. 1872. — Apse of Pisa Cathedral

Brantwood. 1873. — Cyclamen, and two copies of Turner's * Bonneville"

Prof. Norton. The Old Man at Daybreak

Mr. G. Allen.
Wild Strawberry

Oxford.
Two Peacock's Feathers.

Miss Beever.
Perhaps this year, Portrait of himself
(quarto imp.)

Prof. Norton. 1874. - St. Francis, after Giotto (12 X 18);

Lung' Arno (10} x 7); and study for

etching of Ponte Vecchio (45 x 3}) Spezia, sunset (color); Tomb of Frederick II., Palermo

Brantwood.
Etna; Taormina and Etna

Oxford.
Etna at daybreak and twilight (color);

many sketches of the Straits of Messina (pencil); Zipporah (large copy from Botticelli) ; several copies of Giotto, Perugino, and Botticelli; Fiesole, convent and Badia; Ponte Vecchio;

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Annecy, passage Nemours; Bonneville;

Glacier des Bossons (Poems, 1891) Brantwood.
Mont Blanc

Oxford. 1875. Fixed Cloud, Coniston

Brantwood.
Gloomy vertical sunshine on the Old Man

(11 x 3!); perhaps this year, Portrait
of himself

Prof. Norton.
1876. — Perhaps this year, Sunset at Herne Hill
(“Storm Cloud”).

Brantwood.
Brieg; Brieg, with bridge; Simplon

Mountains; Riva delle Zattere, Venice;
seven views in Venice

Prof. C. H. Moore.
Venetian match-box; Tassel of St. Ur-
sula's Pillow.

Miss E. H. Moore.
St. Ursula's dream (small copy in color). Oxford.
St. Ursula (actual size)

Brantwood. 1877. — Other studies of Carpaccio and sketches

in Venice of architecture, etc.
St. Andrea, Venice .

A. Fleming, Esq.
Alprose at Isella (“Proserpina")

Brantwood. 1878. — Oak buds (study, 9 X 4 in.)

Prof. Norton. 1879. — Withered oak leaf; Seaweed (color) Sheffield Museum.

Byzantine Capital; Pheasant's feather;

Cotoneaster; Oak leaves (color). Harvard Coll.
Copy from study of the N. W. Porch of
St. Mark's

Prof. Norton.
The original is at

Brantwood. 1880. — Sunset (“Storm Cloud " lecture); Calais;

Beauvais and Amiens (several sketches) 1880. — Amiens

Miss Gale. 1881. — Two drawings of Seascale Sands; and

Sunrise at Coniston (exhib. R. W. S.) Brantwood. 1882. — Sketch from Turner's “ Python;" sketches

at Laon, Reims, Sens, Avallon ; Porch
at Avallon; capital of pillar (color, half
imp.); sketches at Montreal, Citeaux,
Sallenches, etc. ; studies of masonry and
sculpture at Pisa and Lucca; two half
imp. drawings, Lucca Cathedral (exhib.
R. W. S.); Lucca Mountains, late
afternoon (color); Ponte Vecchio in

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flood; Ponte Vecchio, interior street
(pencil); Ancient Walls of Fiesole, two
sketches (color); Enlargement, 31 feet
high, from sketch of Avallon ; various

drawings of crystals about this time 1888. — Sketches at Abbeville (colored sunrises,

etc.); moulding at Beauvais . Five sketches at Beauvais

S. C. Cockerell, Esq. 1889. — Langdale Pikes from the Lower Moor (pencil); Calder Abbey

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Brantwood.

[The above list contains only drawings to which dates can be

affixed with more or less certainty. Many others exist which, being undated, have no direct biographical interest. In the Oxford Drawing-school there are upwards of one hundred drawings by Mr. Ruskin ; at Brantwood there are more than seven hundred, not counting scraps and sketchbooks.]

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INDEX

168.

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ABBEVILLE, 361, 507, 548.

“ Ariadne Florentina,” 424.
Acland, Sir Henry Wentworth, M. Aristotle, 125, 126.

D., 95, 194, 248, 249, 375, 381, 387, | Armytage, Mr. J. C., engraver, 162,

470.
Acland, Sir Thomas Dyke, 250, 411. Art, Mr. Ruskin on, see Architec-
Adair family, 8, 9.

ture, Painting, Ruskin, John (as
Agnew family, 8, 9.

Artist and Critic).
Agnew, Miss Joanna Ruskin, 306, Arthur, Prince, Duke of Connaught,

334, 392, 398; and see Pedigree, 9, 391, 437
and Severn, Mrs. Arthur.

Assisi, 433,435.
Agnew, Mr., the picture dealer, 477. Avallon, 518.
Alessandri, Prof. Angelo, 460, 468,
526.

BAKER, Mr. George, 453.
Alexander, Mrs. and Miss Fran- Baxter, Mr. Peter, 460.

cesca, 520, 526-528, 540, 549. Bedford Park, address at, 506.
Alice, Princess, 437.

Beever, Miss Mary, 512, 513.
Allen, Mr. George, 220, 280, 381, Beever, Miss Susanna, 413, 433, 461,
399, 420, 466, 468, 559.

469, 479, 505, 512, 513, 518, 538,
Alps, 52, 53, 87, 109, 135-137, 145, 555.
267, 292-299, 335, 354-356, 518.

Bell and Bradford, Misses, 317.
Amiens, 361, 507,

Bibliography, see Appendices to
“Amiens, Bible of,” 508.

each volume
Anderson, Mr. James Reddie, 460, “ Bibliotheca Pastorum,” 441, 449.
473.

Bishop, Mr. W. H., 527.
Anderson, Miss S. D., 534.

Blackwood's Magazine, 76–78.
Andrews, Dr., and daughters, 39- Blow, Mr. Detmar J., 548.
41, 46, 48.

Boats, Mr. Ruskin's interest in, 227,
Animals, Mr. Ruskin's love of, 26,

499, 516.
36, 37, 367, 506, 507, 519, 539. Boehm, Sir Edgar, R. A., 523, 536.
Anne, nurse, 37, 53, 396.

Boni, Signor Giacomo, 205, 461,
“Aratra Pentelici,” 389.

526.
Archæology, Mr. Ruskin's interest Botticelli, 392, 424.
in, 434.

Bourdillon, Mr. F. W., 425.
Architects, Royal Institute of Brit- Boys, Mr. T., engraver, 168.

Brackenbury, Col., 391.
Architectural Association, lecture Bradford, lectures at, 328, 364.
to, 238.

Brantwood, 394, 484-501, 552.
Architecture, Mr. Ruskin on, 81-86, Brett, Mr. John, R. A., 224, 257,

89, 158-161, 164-167, 197, 198, Brontë, Miss Charlotte, 162, 176.
238, 249, 315, 361, 362, 435, 490, Brown, Dr. John, 204.
521.

Brown, Mr. Rawdon, 460–463.
1 Mrs. Orme (Miss Eliza Andrews), alluded to on page 40 as still living in Bedford
Park, has died since this book was printed.

ish, 435.

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