John Ruskin (1819 - 1900)


John Ruskin (1819 - 1900) was one of the leading visionaries and thinkers of the Victorian era.

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John Ruskin 1863
- Public Domain photo of John Ruskin, 29 June 1863, by William Downey (1829-1915).

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Portrait of John Ruskin - wood engraving c.1860
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William Gershom Collingwood - John Ruskin at Work in his Study

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Ruskin Memorial, Coniston
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John-Ruskin

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John Ruskin

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Image taken from page 7 of 'The Works of John Ruskin'

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Image taken from page 113 of 'The Works of John Ruskin'

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Four Volume Set of Stones of Venice in the AGA library

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Color Quote

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Brantwood House - John Ruskin's carriage

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Moulding (1 of 2)

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Ruskin's house

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Image taken from page 10 of 'The Ruskin Birthday Book. A selection ... from the works of J. Ruskin ... Collected and arranged by M. A. B. [i.e. Maud A. Bateman] and G. A. [i.e. Grace Allen.]'

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POLITICAL THEORY - John Ruskin

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