By TURNER, J.M.W. and RUSKIN, John. (Engraved by T. Lupton after Turner). , 1856
The Harbours of England.
- Author: TURNER, J.M.W. and RUSKIN, John. (Engraved by T. Lupton after Turner).
- Publication place: London
- Publisher: E. Gambart and Co.
- Publication date: 1856.
- Physical description: First edition, folio, 375 by 270mm (375 by 265mm), 12 engraved plates, ex-libris of George Clinton Ward, John Henry Le Keux, and Louise Ward Watkins, publisher's red cloth, decorated in gilt, rebacked in red morocco.
- Inventory reference: 1940
A fine example of Ruskin’s Harbours of England; consisting of 12 engraved plates after works by Turner, with accompanying text by the great nineteenth century art critic John Ruskin.
The work bears the ex-libris of Henry Le Keux who was the engraver of Ingram’s ‘Memorials of Oxford’ and ‘Memorials of Cambridge’.
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