Timeless art instruction guide by one of the greatest critics of them all begins with bare fundamentals and offers brilliant philosophical advice from sketching to the laws of color and composition. "The truth behind Ruskin's statements is always clear." — American Artist. 48 illu... read more
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Timeless art instruction guide by one of the greatest critics of them all begins with bare fundamentals and offers brilliant philosophical advice from sketching to the laws of color and composition. "The truth behind Ruskin's statements is always clear." — American Artist. 48 illustrations.
Reprint from The Works of JohnRuskin, the Library Edition, 1904.
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