John Ruskin was one of the 19th century’s greatest art critics. His influence can’t be overstated. (He was also a first-rate nut but that is a different post.) Here are some plates from his book The Seven Lamps of Architecture. I love these so much that I have three copies of this book so I can use the originals in my altered books. Now you can use the scans in your own pages. Just click on any image for a larger resolution, then right-click and copy and move the image into an editing program such as Paint. (I use Word which is not really a visual program but I am used to doing it wrong. 😁) You may want to resize the image. Be sure and print these in a landscape format or the edges will be cut off!