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Fine. Exhibition Catalogue. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 223 pp., illus. (some col. ), biblio., index; 30 cm. Publication commemorating the exhibition "The Art of Seeing: John Ruskin and the Victorian Eye, " organized by the Phoenix Art Museum and presented at Phoenix and at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 1993. Firm binding, clean inside copy. OVERSIZE! No priority/air, except by special arrangement. CONTENTS: John Ruskin and the argument of the eye, by Robert Hewison; How to read Ruskin: the art critic as Victorian sage, by George P. Landow; Ruskin and the art of drawing, by Christopher Newall; Heartsight deep as eyesight: Ruskin's aspirations for modern art, by Susan Phelps Gordon; Sermons in stone: Ruskin and geology, by Anthony Lacy Gully; "The germ of a museum: arranged first for 'workers in iron'": Ruskin's museologicial theories and the curating of the Saint George's Museum, by Susan P. Casteras.
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