4 Comments

  1. Beverley

    I am travelling back and forth to Oxford once a week at the moment while the hospital carry out the correction and rebuilding of my daughter’s right arm. The Ashmolean Museum is a wonderful place to visit, and your post reminds me I should go again. I am hoping to visit The Red House soon in Bexleyheath, http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-redhouse where William Morris lived, also part of this group of people. Ironically it was friends of Ruskin who were inspired by his philosophy to preserve historic buildings and spaces to start the organisation which became known as The National Trust, which now are the custodians of places like The Red House.

  2. C

    Just at the Tate Watercolor show in London. Two of your books prominently displayed – rather good company, on that shelf.

  3. crenellatedarts

    thanks for sharing this link. There seems a lot on this site. Art and architecture :-)

  4. Peng Hui LEE

    and his book “The Elements of Drawing” is available to download for free from Gutenberg:

    http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/30325

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