The Elements of Drawing, John Ruskin’s teaching collection at Oxford

The Elements of Drawing, John Ruskin’s teaching collection at Oxford


We would like to thank the following organisations and people whose hard work and commitment have made this project possible:

Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
Principal Investigator: Colin Harrison
Project Manager: Fiona Marshall
Department of Western Art: Timothy Wilson, Catherine Casley, Angelamaria Aceto, Caroline Palmer, Sarah Thorn and Bridget Allen
Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art (Eastern Art Online): Paul Groves and Aruna Bhaugeerutty
Image processing: Leena Lindell
Object data editing: Sarah Beggs
Documentation: Rupert Shepherd and Chris Osman
Information and communications technology: Jonathan Moffett, Chris Powell, Alan Russell and Anjanesh Babu
Education: Helen Ward and Adrian Brooks
Human Resources: Gillian Morris, Sonia Power and Jane Wastie
Photographic Studio: Annie Holly
Finance: Balwinder Meyrick and Helen Cooper
Picture Library: Katherine Wodehouse and Amy Taylor
Press & Publicity: Susie Gault and Claire Parris

Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art
Co-investigator: Paul Bonaventura
Finance: Mark Hathaway

University of the Arts London
Co-investigator: Stephen Farthing R.A.

Website design & development: Cristiano Bianchi, Evgenia Spinaki, Sid Karunaratne, Igino Fucci, Sascha Curzon

Oxford University Computing Services
Podcasts/iTunesU: Peter Robinson, Learning Technologies Group

Planning and conducting user testing, consulting on usability and production of learning resource: Martin Bazley
Filming and production of Stephen Farthing’s drawing course: David Bickerstaff
Object data conversion: Patrick Berger, Zetcom AG
All those who participated in the user testing

The Elements of Drawing is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council

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