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Ruskin’s Balconies at Bellinzona

John Ruskin
Balconies in the Piazza Collegiata, Bellinzona, 1858:
Two daguerreotypes taken for Ruskin by Frederick Crawley, reproduced as the frontispiece to his lecture ‘The Two Paths’, published 1859.

Image from the Library Edition of The Works of John Ruskin 1903-1912.

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Published on July 16, 2014 at 357 × 574 in In Ruskin’s Footsteps: the Balconies of Bellinzona

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