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Torcello, Capital of Nave Pillar and St. Mark's, Capital from Central Porch, from Examples of the Architecture of Venice by John Ruskin, engraved by G. Rosenthal, 1851

by (after) Ruskin, John

Torcello, Capital of Nave Pillar and St. Mark
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Torcello, Capital of Nave Pillar and St. Mark's, Capital from Central Porch, from Examples of the Architecture of Venice by John Ruskin, engraved by G. Rosenthal, 1851 - (after) Ruskin, John

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English: "Torcello, Capital of Nave Pillar and St. Mark's, Capital from Central Porch, from Examples of the Architecture of Venice by John Ruskin, engraved by G. Rosenthal, 1851" oil on Canvas.
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