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" Neither by the public, nor by those who have the care of public monuments, is the true meaning of the word restoration understood. It means the most total destruction which a building can suffer... "
The Book of the Axes: Containing a Piscatorial Description of that Stream ... - Page 139
by George Philip Rigney Pulman - 1875 - 906 pages
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The Ecclesiologist, Volume 7; Volume 10

Church architecture - 1801
...the " restoration" of architectural monuments is obvious. Mr. Ruskin defines " restoration" to mean " the most total destruction which a building can suffer...accompanied with false description of the thing destroyed." (p. 179.) He indignantly and vehemently denounces all restoration : a necessity of restoration he takes...
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The English Review, Volume 15

1851
...and he lays it down that all restoration is impossible. " Tt means the most total destruction that a building can suffer ; a destruction out of which...remnants can be gathered: a destruction accompanied with a false description of the thing destroyed." And he tells us that a necessity for restoration is a...
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Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin

John Ruskin - 1868 - 479 pages
...have gathered in their thirst. — SV it. ch. i. § 12, 13, 14. RESTORATION OF OLD STRUCTURES. — Neither by the public, nor by those who have the care...the word restoration understood. It means the most 13* total destruction which a building can suffer : a destruction out of which no remnants can be gathered...
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The Seven Lamps of Architecture

John Ruskin - Architecture - 1880 - 222 pages
...we possess : but a few words may be forgiven, as especially necessary in modern times. APHORISM 31. Neither by the public, nor by those who have the care...destruction accompanied with false description of the thing destroyed.54 Do not let us deceive ourselves in this important matter; it is impossible, as impossible...
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The Seven Lamps of Architecture

John Ruskin - 1880
...the true meaning of the tLCwoerst 's manner of word restoration understood. It means the Destruction most total destruction which a building can suffer...destruction accompanied with false description of the thing destroyed.64 Do not let us deceive ourselves in this important matter ; it is impossible, as impossible...
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Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin

John Ruskin - Essays - 1884 - 479 pages
...have gathered in their thirst. — SV ii. ch. i. § 12, 13, 14. RESTORATION OF OLD STRUCTURES. — Neither by the public nor by those who have the care...destruction which a building can suffer : a destruction out oi which no remnants can be gathered : a destruction accompanied •with false description of the thing...
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Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin

John Ruskin - 1887 - 479 pages
...thirst. — SV ii. ch. i. § 12, 13, 14. RESTORATION OF OLD STRUCTURES. — Neither by the public not by those who have the care of public monuments, is...meaning of the word restoration understood. It means the mosl total destruction which a building can suffer : a destruction out oJ which no remnants can be...
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William Morris: Poet, Craftsman, Socialist

Elisabeth Luther Cary - 1902 - 296 pages
...art. He had long before learned from Ruskin that the socalled restoration of public monuments meant "the most total destruction which a building can suffer:...accompanied with false description of the thing destroyed." Whatever his feeling may have been concerning the destructive restoration, of which he must have seen...
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The Works of John Ruskin, Volume 8

John Ruskin - 1903
...forgiven, as especially necessary in modern times. Neither by the public, nor by those who PHORIM nave the care of public monuments, is the true meaning of the word restoration understood. It Restoration, so °. , - . ... . .,,. called, it tiu; means the most total destruction which a building...
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The Works of John Ruskin, Volume 8

John Ruskin - 1903
...as especially necessary in modern times. Neither by the public, nor by those who PHOBISM nave Łne care of public monuments, is the true meaning of the word restoration understood. It coiled, i* the means the most total destruction which a building worst manner can suffer : a destruction...
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