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A new exhibition opens at the Ruskin Library on 18 October 2016 :
Gilded Stones: the stones of Ruskin's Venice
An exhibition of Ruskin's drawings and daguerreotypes, with photographs by Sarah Quill.
Open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday.
For further details, see the Ruskin Library exhibitions page
Ruskin Review and Bulletin
The Spring 2016 (12/1) which includes articles by Andrew Hill and David Ingram and a tribute to Van Akin Burd by James Dearden is now available!
To take out a subscription, go to our Publications page - for single issues email the Ruskin Library .
Ruskin Research Seminar
The first Seminar for 2016/17 is on October 13 ...
Birds and Beasts of Venice
Sarah Quill (Independent scholar)
5pm-6.00pm, Bowland North, Seminar Room 6
Followed by Private View of Ruskin Library exhibition, Gilded Shadows: the stones of Ruskin's Venice
For the complete list of Seminars - click here for details.
Ruskin was the greatest British art critic and social commentator
of the Victorian Age. Did you know:
- He influenced Gandhi, Tolstoy and Proust.
- Many of the most successful and lasting social reforms can be traced to Ruskin's writing and thought.
- He championed the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and J.M.W. Turner.
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research degree with us is suitable for those wishing to explore
the multidisciplinary nature of the work of John Ruskin, with access
to one of the world’s greatest collections of Ruskin material.
Funding Information for 2015-16
Mikimoto Memorial Lecture 2016
was held on Thursday 19th November
Professor William Whyte
- Ruskin: Architecture and Language
To see earlier lectures - click here
Stones of Venice Research Grants
The Ruskin Library and Research Centre is pleased to announce small research grants available to students and early career researchers. More...