Effie Ruskin reported to her mother in a letter of 24 February 1850 that "John excites the liveliest astonishment to all and sundry in Venice and I do not think they have made up their minds yet whether he is very mad or very wise. Nothing interrupts him and whether the Square is crowded or empty he is either seen with a black cloth over his head taking Daguerreotypes or climbing about the capitals covered with dust." [quoted Wildman 17]
- Façade of Lucca Cathedral, c. 1846
- The Tomb of Ilaria del Caretto, Duomo, Lucca Cathedral, c. 1846
- West Façade, Santa Maria della Spina, Pisa, c. 1846
- Santa Maria della Spina, Pisa (South side toward East end), c. 1846
- Duomo and Campanile, Florence, c. 1846
- St. Mark's, Venice, South Façade: Detail and Tetrarch Sculpture, c. 1851-52
- The South front of St. Mark's, with the Procuratie and the Clock Tower, c. 1851-52
- Castelbarco Tomb and Gate, Santa Anastasia, Verona, c. 1852
- Tomb of Can Signorio, Verona, from the South-East, c. 1852
- Aiguilles, Chamonix (Le Grépon, Aiguille de Blaitè, Aiguilles du Plan), 1854
- Chartres Cathedral, Central Porch and Door, c. 1854
- St. Maclou, Rouen, Porch. c. 1854
- Rouen Cathedral, Lady Chapel. c. 1854
- Houses and Pont de Berne, Fribourg, 1854-56
- Rheim Cathedral Façade: North Portal St. Denis and the Angels c. 1856
- Houses on the Rhine, Rheinfelden, 1858
- Window and Balcony, Piazza Collegiata, Bellinzona, 1858
- A Courtyard at Abbeyville, 1858
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Ruskin, John. Works, "The Library Edition." eds. E. T. Cook and Alexander Wedderburn. 39 vols. London: George Allen, 1903-1912.
Wildman, Stephen. John Ruskin: Photographer & Draughtsman. Compton, Surrey: Watts Gallery, 2014.
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