Synopses & Reviews
John Ruskin (1819-1900) was considered the greatest critic of art, culture, and society of the nineteenth century. This lavishly illustrated volume, based on an exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum, explains Ruskin's true intentions in founding the Ruskin School of Drawing at Oxford and describes his lifelong commitment to drawing and its use as a teaching school.
"[an] attractive and informative book, which is a credit to all concerned."--Victorian Studies