South side of St. Marks seen from the loggia of the Ducal Palace, Venice (1850) John Ruskin (Inglaterra,  1819-1900)

John Ruskin, The South Side of St Mark’s from the Loggia of the Ducal Palace, Venice circa 1851 Pencil and watercolour heightened with white, on 3 pieces of paper, x cm

British Watercolorist - Alexander Creswell  Alexander Creswell (born 1957 in Helsinki, Finland ) is an internationally celebrated artist known for his extraordinary fluency and technical skill in watercolour and his remarkable ability to capture ‘the...

Alexander Creswell The Ruined Facade of San Sebastiano, Ferla, Sicily Watercolour on Paper x – x

John Ruskin, Examples of Architecture of Venice - The Ducal Palace, Renaissance Capitals of the Loggia

John Ruskin "Venice Architecture- The Ducal Palace Renaissance Capitals of the Loggia" 1887 by Plum leaves

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