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  • seven lamps of architecture

    seven lamps of architecture
    1849

    what began as john RUSKIN’S treatise on gothic architecture became a classic on the role of architecture and its aesthetics. ruskin distinguishes between architecture and mere building through the discussion of his “seven lamps.”

    john RUSKIN: “i believe architecture must be the beginning of the arts, and the others must follow her in their time and order; ad I think the prosperity of our schools of painting and sculpture, in which no one will deny the life, though many the health, depends upon that of our architecture.”

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