John Ruskin


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British art critic (1819-1900)

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1973), Matthew Arnold, John Ruskin, and the modern temper, Ohio State University Press.
Essentially, he interpreted imperialism in the manner of John Ruskin, as by and large a positive force in the world.
Among specific topics are the Bible in modernity, reading the Elijah story historically, John Ruskin and the Bible, reading the Bible with and for the Jewish people, the Syriophoenician woman in Mark 7:24-30 amidst voicelessness and loss, and the Bible and public policy.
In memoirs written late in her lifetime, Acland recalled an exchange around 1868 in their drawing room between Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-79) and John Ruskin, a family friend whom Acland later photographed.
The reason is not hard to discover: Sara Atwood's fine Special Issue on John Ruskin (38/2), and John Powell's wide-ranging and voluminous double issue on Nineteenth-Century Religion and Prose (39/1 & 2), kept this general issue waiting in the wings.
John Ruskin (1819-1900) occupies an interesting position on the map of scholarship.
This book argues for an aesthetic basis for India's freedom movement whereby the Arts and Crafts movement's pioneers such as John Ruskin, William Morris, Charles Ashbee and William Lethaby effected the writings and work of Mahatma Gandi, Rabindranath Tagore and Ananda K Coomaraswamy as seen in the ideology of 'Swadeshi', India's rallying cry for freedom and the artistic milieu of Santiniketan.
It helps any aspiring rock band to have a celebrity fan, and the Tills had one in the shape of the art critic, John Ruskin, who attended one of their shows, examined the harmonicon, and expressed himself delighted with the music, and the insight it gave him into crystalline rock structure.
The author begins with John Ruskin (insanity, unconsummated marriage, etc.
Meanwhile, there are reports that Emma's latest film as a writer, based on the sexless marriage of Victorian art critic and writer John Ruskin, has got the go-ahead and will be filmed in Mallorca in March.
2) Van Akin Burd, John Ruskin and Rose LaTouche (Oxford U.
The last twenty years have been kind to John Ruskin.
James Jackson Jarves, John Ruskin, and Alexis-Francois Rio saw in the friar an epitome of the unalienated craftsmanship of a true believer, for whom arduous work became inseparable from praying and the expression of authentic religious simplicity, uncontaminated by the rampant and propagandizing Catholicism that would bring the Renaissance to an end.
There was no clear Arts and Crafts style, nor a single manifesto for the movement, but practitioners were all more or less influenced by John Ruskin and William Morris who opposed the reduction of workmen to tools of Victorian capitalist industry.
Utilizing guides such as Gustave Flaubert, John Ruskin, and William Wordsworth.