John Ruskin

  1. British art critic (1819-1900)
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  • And the " city of marble... paved with emeralds ", as English art historian John Ruskin described it, welcomed the travelers with open arms.
  • On the other hand, John Ruskin 1819-1900 despised the Italian baroque painting of the 17th century - the seicento. Two contrasting views of the Italian Seicento
  • Emma Thompson's latest film project – a love triangle featuring the 19th century poet and critic John Ruskin – is reported to have been placed in jeopardy by a New York copyright case.
  • Poverty, pollution, despair, and ill-health — what John Ruskin called illth — is the dark side of capitalism. Capitalism 3.0~ Chapter 1
  • The gift comprised other valuable material as well, including Arthur's memoirs, selections from his correspondence with John Ruskin, and letters to Joseph Severn from the Cowden Clarkes, H. Buxton Forman, Fanny Keats de Llanos, Mary Shelley, and Edward Trelawny. New Letters from Charles Brown to Joseph Severn
  • The English art critic John Ruskin (1819-1900) distinguished '' aesthesis '' - a kind of 'animal consciousness of the pleasantness' of the object - from '' theoria '' - the sense that beauty has a spiritual core. Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]
  • What evidence can be sharked up to show that it is any more a holy or an inspired book than any book of Thomas Carlyle's, or John Ruskin's, or God and my Neighbour
  • Gothic pure, authoritative, unsurpassable, and unaccusable… not only the best, but the very first thing done perfectly in its manner by northern Christendom," said no less an authority than John Ruskin. The Guardian World News
  • As for eudaemonism, sure, I follow Professor Long on this point although, my conception of virtue is colored by my reading Augustine, the theurgic neoplatonists, and the “Blue Socialist” tradition of William Cobbett and John Ruskin. Abortion on demand and without apology (Kiwi edition)
  • It's about John Ruskin's unconsummated marriage to the Countess Euphemia, or Effie.
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