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Lectures on Landscape summary Lectures on Landscape, series Lectures on Landscape, book Lectures on Landscape, pdf Lectures on Landscape, Lectures on Landscape 75058ccbb7 John Ruskin 1819 1900 Is Best Known For His Work As An Art Critic And Social Critic, But Is Remembered As An Author, Poet And Artist As Well Ruskin S Essays On Art And Architecture Were Extremely Influential In The Victorian And Edwardian Eras Ruskin S Range Was Vast He Wrote Over 250 Works Which Started From Art History, But Expanded To Cover Topics Ranging Over Science, Geology, Ornithology, Literary Criticism, The Environmental Effects Of Pollution, And Mythology In 1848, He Married Effie Gray, For Whom He Wrote The Early Fantasy Novel The King Of The Golden River After His Death Ruskin S Works Were Collected Together In A Massive Library Edition, Completed In 1912 By His Friends Edward Cook And Alexander Wedderburn Its Index Is Famously Elaborate, Attempting To Articulate The Complex Interconnectedness Of His Thought His Other Works Include Giotto And His Works In Padua 1854 , The Harbours Of England 1856 , A Joy For Ever 1857 , The Ethics Of The Dust 1866 And Hortus Inclusus.

10 thoughts on “Lectures on Landscape

  1. says:

    A series of three lectures on landscapes, first on Outlines, then Light Shade, then Color The author repeatedly cites Titian, Holbein, Turner, Tintoretto The eBook I found from Gutenberg has terrible quality plates, however, and I suggest you at least use Google for larger color shots.His main thesis on landscape is in its relation to humanity I quote a passage in full The interest of a landscape consists wholly in its relation either to figures present or to figures past or to human powers conceived The most splendid drawing of the chain of the Alps, irrespective of their relation to humanity, is no a true landscape than a painting of this bit of stone For, as natural philosophers, there is no bigness or littleness to you This stone is just as interesting to you, or ought to be as if it was a million times as big There is no sublimity per se in ground sloped at an angle of forty five, than in ground level nor in a perpendicular fracture of a rock, than in a horizontal one The only thing that makes the one interesting to you in a landscape than the other, is that you c...

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    I m exploring Ruskin in preparation for my dive into Proust in 2013 This collection had three lectures on landscape paintings outline, light and shade, color and included plates of paintings by Turner,...

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    Landscape painting is the thoughtful and passionate representation of the physical conditions appointed for human existence It imitates the aspects, and records the phenomena, of the visible things which are dangerous or beneficial to men and displays the human methods of dealing with these, and of enjoying them or...

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    After reading Ruskin s lectures on landscape art, I have been walking around for a week looking at every outdoors scene as painting how would I find the meaning in scene where are the sharp outlines where are the subtleties of shading w...

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    Remember that old middle school professor who was not open to new or alternative forms of art, who taught you only what he was taught by his professors in school and who would follow the textbook as the bible That s Ruskin.

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    ebook version

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