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The Palazzo Ducale. A corner of the Libreria Vecchia (Biblioteca Marciana) and the Campanile appear at the left.

Left: Northwest Porch of St. Mark's by John Ruskin. 1877. Graphite, watercolour. and bodycolour on white paper, 64.8 x 77 cm. Collection: Lancaster University (RF 1633). Right: St. Mark's Southern Portico. 1853. 11.331.

Left: The Ducal Palace. Twentieth Capital. 1853. 11.318. Right: The Ducal Palace. Renaissance Capitals of the Loggia. 1853. 11.358.

Archivolt in St. Mark's. Mezzotint of the original watercolor by Thos. Lupton. 1853.

Piazzetta and St. Mark's, Venice. Graphite on toned paper; 24 x 32 cm. Inscriptions: brown ink, “Part of St Mark's Church, and entrance to Doges Palace, / VENICE.” Collection: University of Lancaster (RF 1055). [Click on image to enlarge it.].

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Last modified 28 March 2020