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Ruskin Review

The Ruskin Review is our research journal.

To propose an article or themed issue, get in touch by email: the-ruskin@lancaster.ac.uk

Past Issues

Accordion

  • Volumes 13-14 (2017 - 2018)

    Volume 14

    No. 1, Spring/Summer 2018

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor:  Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    •  Nicholas Shrimpton, Ruskin and his Critics (Mikimoto Memorial Ruskin Lecture 2017)
    •  Cynthia Gamble, John Ruskin’s Response to Contemporaneous French Art
    •  Chris Pool, Ruskin and his Genevan Pro-papa
    •  James S. Dearden, Further Additions to the Catalogue of Books in John Ruskin's Library
    •  Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography 2017
    •  Review of Stephen Kite, Shadow-Makers: A Cultural History of Shadows in Architecture [Stephen Wildman]

    Volume 13

    No. 2 - Autumn 2017

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    • Jeffrey Richards, Stephen Wildman: a Tribute
    • Stephen Wildman, Twenty Years On
    • Tony Hilton, Ruskin and Lord Lindsay 
    • Thomas Hughes, ‘Drawing’ and ‘colour’ in Ruskin’s drawings and art writing, c.1840-1866
    • Sara Atwood, ‘Syllable by syllable’: Ruskin and the Art of Language
    • G.L. Pane, Ruskin and Darwin’s natural affinities 
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 24 (contributed by Cynthia Gamble)
    • Review of Keith Hanley & Caroline S. Hull's John Ruskin’s Continental Tour 1835: The Written Records and Drawings [Ray Haslam]
    • Review of Sally Goldsmith's Thirteen Acres: John Ruskin and the Totley Communists [Sara Atwood]
    • Review of David Peacock's ‘Three-corneredest of Chaplains’: John Ruskin and the Revd J.P. Faunthorpe [Sara Atwood]

    Plus Alan Davis' A Seafax in Sheffield.


    No. 1 - Spring 2017

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    • Richard Britton, ‘Behold the twilight sanguine stain’: the tension between alliteration-consonance and imagery and the theology of Ruskin's ‘Mont Blanc Revisited’
    • Anne M. Lane, A librarian in Venice: searching for Ruskin
    • Alan Davis, The further adventures of Ruskin and the Liber Studiorum, 1860-1871
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography 2016
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 23 (contributed by Robert Hewison)
    • Review of J.M.W. Turner's The ‘Skies’ Sketchbook, with an introduction by David Blayney Brown [Alan Davis]

    Plus David Ingram & Rachel Roberts' Spinning the Colours of Lakeland: Annie Garnett’s Spinnery, textiles and garden and James S. Dearden's 54 Hunter Street – a retrospective visit.

  • Volumes 10-12 (2014 - 2016)

    ‌Volume 12

    No. 2 - Autumn 2016

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    • Francis O’Gorman, Ruskin and Forgetting (Mikimoto Memorial Ruskin Lecture 2015)
    • Sarah Bunney, Crawley, a ‘gentleman’s personal gentleman’ - and a single parent
    • Cynthia Gamble, Chartres: Ruskin’s Springs of Eure
    • Stephen Wildman, New light on Ruskin sites: Terni, Meta, Vercelli, Assisi
    • Alan Davis, Ruskin and the art of Briony Clarke: a postscript on Turner and Goldau
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 22 (contributed by J.A. Hilton)
    • Review of Vicky Albritton & Fredrik Albritton Jonsson's Green Victorians: The Simple Life in John Ruskin’s Lake District [Stephen Wildman]
    • Review of Lars Spuybroek's The Sympathy of Things: Ruskin and the Ecology of Design [Stephen Wildman]

    Plus James S. Dearden's May Queens I have known, or: what does the Library Edition say? and Alan Davis' Ruskin's Dreams - Coniston.


    No. 1 - Spring 2016

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    • Andrew Hill, No Wealth but Life: Ruskin’s Message for the Modern Merchant
    • David Ingram, Ruskin’s Botanical Books: A Survey of Re-ordered and Annotated Second Edition Volumes of British Phaenogamous Botany (W. Baxter, 1834-43) and English Botany (J. E. Smith, & J. Sowerby, 1832-1840)
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography 2015
    • Review of Francis O'Gorman's (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to John Ruskin [Jeffrey Richards]
    • Review of Annie Creswick-Dawson's (with Paul Dawson) Benjamin Creswick  [Stephen Wildman]

    Plus James S. Dearden's 'A very distinguished friend.' Remembering Van Akin Burd.

    Volume 11

    No. 2 - Autumn 2015

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    • Dinah Birch, Ruskin and the point of failure
    • Alan Davis, The laws that balance the wave: Ruskin and the art of Briony Clarke
    • James Dearden, Piracy and its aftermath
    • Chris Pool, Briar Rose and Fleur de Lys
    • Bernard Richards, Ruskin’s ‘old house’ in Chartres
    • Review of Ken and Jenny Jacobson's Carrying Off the Palaces: John Ruskin’s Lost Daguerreotypes  [Stephen Wildman]
    • Review of Stuart Eagles' Miss Margaret E. Knight and St George’s Field, Sheepscombe  [Stephen Wildman]
    • Review of Richard Tandy's Artifice or Nature: Whistler Versus Ruskin 1876-1880  [Robert Hewison]

    No. 1 - Spring 2015

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    • Sara Stevenson, The experiment that proved Mr Ruskin was wrong about nature and art, ‘not merely evil but disastrous’: Philip Gilbert Hamerton and A Painter’s Camp in the Highlands
    • Alan Davis, ‘I am not answerable for the sky’: Ruskin, P. G. Hamerton, and printmaking
    • Sara Atwood, ‘A pile of feathers’: valuing education in a market society
    • Malcolm Hardman, Who is Silvia?: Ruskin and the question of coherence 
    • James Dearden, Additions to the catalogue of books in Ruskin’s library
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography 2014
    • Review of James S. Dearden's Rambling Reminiscences: A Ruskinian's Recollections [Alan Davis]

    Volume 10

    No. 2 - Autumn 2014

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    • John Batchelor, Ruskin among the giants (Mikimoto Memorial Ruskin Lecture 2013)
    • Alan Davis, Ruskin and the Rose Queen
    • James S. Dearden, A tale of two churches: John Ruskin buys a porch, or history repeats itself
    • Paul Dawson, The 1858 Lecture Tour of Tunbridge Wells
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 20 (contributed by Tony Hilton)
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 21 (contributed by Robert Hewison & Alan Davis)
    • Review of Mark Frost's The Lost Companions and John Ruskin's Guild of St George: A Revisionary History [Stephen Wildman]

    Plus Sara Atwood's Report on the Symposium at Berkeley, California.


    No. 1 - Spring 2014

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    • Francis O'Gorman, John Ruskin and Contemporary Economics
    • Dinah Birch, John Ruskin: Political Economy and the Culture of 'Social Affection'
    • Haruka Miki, 'Ruskin's Outcry': The Reception History of John Ruskin in Early Twentieth-century Japan
    • David Ingram, Wild Gardens: the Robinson, Ruskin and Severn Correspondence
    • Sarah Bunney, Victory for Banstead Commons with help (a little) from Ruskin
    • J.A. Hilton, Ruskin's Heraldry
    • Van Akin Burd, A Peripatetic Photograph of John Ruskin
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography 2013
    • Review of Zoë Bennett's Using the Bible in Practical Theology: Historical Contemporary Perspectives [Andrew Tate]
    • Review of Anne-Marie Millim's The Victorian Diary: Authorship and Emotional Labour [Stephen Wildman]
  • Volumes 7-9 (2011 - 2013)

    Volume 9

    No. 2 - Autumn 2013

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    • Stuart Eagles, Ruskin as 'world-author': The Netherlands
    • Malcolm A. Cooper, Ettie and Maude: problems of identification in the diaries and letters of John Ruskin, and the letters of Christina and Dante Gabriel Rossetti
    • John Holmes, Ruskin's Windows at the Oxford Museum
    • Alan Davis, 'The essence of the beast': Ruskinian naturalism in the animal sculptures of Paul Szeiler
    • James S. Dearden, How did John James Ruskin get to the office?
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 19 (contributed by J.A. Hilton)
    • Review of J. S. Dearden's The Library of John Ruskin [Stephen Wildman]
    • Review of Stephen Kite's Building Ruskin's Italy [Stephen Wildman]
    • Review of Keith Hanley & Brian Maidment's (eds.) Persistent Ruskin: studies in influence, assimilation and effect [Jeffrey Richards]

    Plus Jeffrey Richards' Tony Hilton, Papal Knight and Sara Atwood's Report on the Symposium at Berkeley, California.


    No. 1 - Spring 2013

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    • Brian Ingram, D. F. Strauss, The Bible, and Ruskin
    • Alan Davis, In search of souplesse: Ruskin and Pre-Raphaelite wood-engraved illustration
    • Sara Atwood, 'The Lines of nature': Bryan Nash Gill and the Ruskinian Vision
    • David S. Ingram, Richard J. Bisgrove and Claire P. Willsdon, Report on Study Day at Broadway Arts Festival
    • Chris Pool, Ruskin's Châlet in the Air
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography 2012
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 18 (contributed by Gill Mawby)
    • Review of Ian Warrell's Turner's Secret Sketches [Alan Davis]

    Volume 8

    No. 2 - Autumn 2012

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Jen Shepherd

    Contents

    • Stuart Eagles, Ruskin’s ‘very small circle’ of readers in Denmark
    • Peter Yeandle, Ruskin and the Christian Socialist Conscience
    • James S. Dearden, The Two Misses Harrison
    • Gillian Mawby, Ruskin in Barbados
    • Sarah Bunney, Two Ruskinians in Venice: William Smart (Thread Manufacturer) and John W. Bunney (Artist)
    • Paul Dawson, Hugh Allen: The Next Generation
    • Jeffrey Richards, The Good Fairy Ruskin
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 17 (contributed by Stuart Eagles)
    • Review of Lars Spuybroek's The Sympathy of Things: Ruskin and the Ecology of Design [Sara Atwood]
    • Review of John Ruskin's Praeterita (ed. Francis O’ Gorman) [Andrew Tate]
    • Review of Samuel Jones' (ed.) The Enduring Relevance of Octavia Hill (ill. by Quentin Blake) [Stephen Wildman]

    Plus Van Akin Burd's How I met Helen Gill ViljoenAlan Davis' Ruskin and Elgar and Robert Hewison's 'Unto This Last'.


    No. 1 - Spring 2012

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Lauren Kenwright

    Contents

    • Clive Wilmer, ‘No such thing as a flower ... no such thing as a man’: John Ruskin’s Response to Darwin
    • Alan Davis, ‘Autobiographies of the Heart’: Drawings by Artists of Ruskin’s Circle
    • Robin J. Eaglen, The Numismatic Interests of John Ruskin
    • Martin Seddon, A bridge by any other name: the search for the ‘Ponte dei Pugni’, Venice
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography – January to December 2011
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 16 (contributed by J.A. Hilton)
    • Review of Sara Atwood's (ed.) Nineteenth-Century Prose: Special Issue on John Ruskin, Vol. 38 [Francis O’Gorman]
    • Review of Cynthia Gamble & Matthieu Pinette's L’œil de Ruskin: L’exemple de la Bourgogne [Edward J. Hughes]

    Volume 7

    No. 2 - Autumn 2011

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Lauren Kenwright

    Contents

    • Robert Hewison, The Elements of Ruskin: Ruskin Now
    • Cynthia Gamble, John Ruskin and a Venetian Episode in the Life of the National Gallery
    • Sarah Bunney, Burgess, Bunney, Ruskin, and a Baby - Summer 1869
    • Chris Pool, The Other Adèle
    • Gill Mawby, Ruskin, Silence, and the Swedish Nightingale
    • Bernard Richards, Caravaggio, A Dissenting Victorian Voice
    • Review of Bob Blaisdell's (ed.) John Ruskin on genius and Damion Searls' (translator and ed.) Marcel Proust and John Ruskin on reading [Stephen Wildman] 
    • Review of Paul Dawson's John Thomas Hobbs, Adventurer: From John Ruskin's Valet to Pioneer Australian Settler [Cynthia Gamble]
    • Review of Stuart Eagles' Ruskin and Tolstoy (The Ruskin Lecture 2010), and other Guild Pamphlets [Alan Davis]

    Plus James S. Dearden's 'They caught the cap off of his head'. What Happened to Charles Richardson? and Mark Frost's The Great Interlaken Cutlery Mystery.


    No. 1 - Spring 2011

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Lauren Proctor, with help from Stuart Eagles

    In memory of Professor Nigel Whiteley.

    Contents

    • Sara Atwood, Ruskin, Plato and the Education of the Soul
    • Claudio Silveira Amaral, Rui Barbosa and John Ruskin: The Policy of Drawing Education in Brazil
    • Malcolm Hardman, Praeterita: Writing One's Life as 'Things Omitted'
    • Alex Woodall, Liz Mitchell and Sharon Blakey, Mary Mary Quite Contrary - The Mary Greg Collection at Manchester Art Gallery
    • Stuart Eagles, Ruskin's Readers: 2. William Marwick and the Ruskin Reading Guild
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography - January to December 2010
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 15 (contributed by Brian Ingram)
    • Review of Stuart Eagles' After Ruskin: The Social and Political Legacies Of a Victorian Prophet, 1870-1920 [Sara Atwood]
    • Review of Sara Atwood's Ruskin's Educational Ideals [Francis O'Gorman]
    • Review of Merryn Williams' Effie. A Victorian Scandal - From Ruskin's Wife to Millais's Muse and Suzanne Fagence Cooper's The Model Wife: The Passionate Lives of Effie Gray, Ruskin and Millais [Stephen Wildman]
  • Volumes 4-6 (2007 - 2010)

    Volume 6

    No. 2 - Autumn 2010

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Lauren Proctor

    Contents

    • J.A. Hilton, Ruskinian Catholicism
    • Darren Bevin, Ruskin and Heightened Interest in the Alps in the 1850s
    • Jennifer Harris, The Legend of John Ruskin in Nineteenth-Century Upper Canada
    • Zoë Bennett, 'A fact full of power, or a dream full of meaning'? John Ruskin and the Bible
    • Van Akin Burd, Young John Ruskin, his Tutor in Mathematics, John Rowbotham and the Geometric Impossible
    • Gillian Mawby, Ruskin and 'Fin de Siècle' Sweden
    • Review of Fred Inglis' History Man: The Life of R.G. Collingwood [Brian Ingram]
    • Review of Jeffrey Richards & Katherine Newey's John Ruskin and the Victorian Theatre [Richard Foulkes]

    Plus Heather Birchall's Ruskin and the Facebook Generation.


    No. 1 - Spring 2010

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Lauren Proctor, with help from Sara Atwood and Ray Haslam

    Contents

    • Jonathan Glancey, Of Skeletons and Souls
    • Andrew Hill, Wise Leaders, Just Rewards: Ruskin's Policy on Pay
    • Christopher May, Re-reading 'Unto This Last' Today
    • Clive Wilmer, Ruskin, Morris and Medievalism (1996 Mikimoto Lecture)
    • Alan Davis, 'Chateau de Blois' and the Law of Help
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography - January to December 2009
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 14 (From Percy Fitzgerald, 1895. Memoirs of an Author. London: Bentley, pp.296-9 - contributed by Jeffrey Richards)
    • An appreciation of Ian Bliss, Roger Garside, Ray Haslam (eds.) and consultant Sarah Quill's Electronic Edition of Ruskin's Venetian Notebooks (1849-50) [Robert Hewison]
    • Review of Robert Hewison's Ruskin on Venice: 'The Paradise of Cities' [Rosella Zorzi]
    • Review of Harriet Ritvo's The Dawn of Green: Manchester, Thirlmere, and Modern Environmentalism [Stuart Eagles]
    • Review of James S. Dearden's Further Facets of Ruskin: Some Bibliographical Studies [Stuart Eagles]
    • Review of Matthew Townend's The Vikings and Victorian Lakeland: The Norse Medievalism of W.G. Collingwood and his Contemporaries [J.A. Hilton]
    • Review of Turner and the Masters, a Tate Britain exhibition (23 September 2009 - 31 January 2010) [Bernard Richards]

    Plus Bernard Richards' John Ruskin's 'Life on Mars'.

    Volume 5

    No. 2 - Autumn 2009

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Lauren Proctor

    In memory of Keith Macklin (1931-2009).

    Contents

    • Gill Cockram, The Interpretation of History in Ruskin's Social Thought
    • William McKeown, Portrait of the Critic as a Young Girl: James Northcote's 1822 Portrait of John Ruskin
    • Zoë Bennett, 'By Fors, thus blotted with a double cross': Some Notes Upon the Death of Rose La Touche
    • James S. Dearden, Some Green Photographs
    • Stuart Eagles, Ruskin's Readers: 1. John Clifford's Ruskin Club at Westbourne Park
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 13 (Ruskin and 'Sixties' book illustration - contributed by Alan Davis)
    • Review of Rachel Dickinson's (ed.) John Ruskin's Correspondence with Joan Severn: Sense and Nonsense Letters [Alan Davis]
    • Review of Anselm Heinrich, Kate Newey & Jeffrey Richards' (eds.) Ruskin, the Theatre and Victorian Visual Culture [Brian Maidment]
    • Review of Ian Bliss, Roger Garside, Ray Haslam (eds.) & consultant Sarah Quill's Electronic Edition of Ruskin's Venetian Notebooks (1849-50) [Francis O'Gorman]
    • Review of Julie Sheldon's (ed.) The Letters of Elizabeth Rigby, Lady Eastlake [Ray Haslam]
    • Review of Francesca Orestano & Francesca Frigerio's (eds.) Strange Sisters: Literature and Aesthetics in the Nineteenth Century [Stephen Wildman]

    Plus Stephen Wildman's 'Coeli enarrant saepenumero': New Light on Dark Clouds and Cynthia Gamble's Ruskin v. Palladio: the Architectural Style Wars.


    No. 1 - Spring 2009

    Editor: Alan Davis, Managing Editor: Lauren Proctor

    Contents

    • Debbie Challis, ‘The duty of truth’: the friendship and influence between John Ruskin and Charles Newton
    • J.A. Hilton, An American response to Ruskin on Gibbon and Darwin
    • Robin Holt, The credit crisis and some gothic relief
    • James S. Dearden, Some unresolved Turner-Ruskin problems
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography - January to December 2008
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 12 (From Hon. Stephen Coleridge, 1913. Memories by the Hon. Stephen Coleridge. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, Ch.IX, pp.86-112 - contributed by Stephen Wildman)

    Plus Alan Davis' On the Trail of the Shropshire Lads.

    Volume 4

    No. 3 - Autumn 2008

    Editor: Brian Ingram, Managing Editor: Lauren Proctor

    Contents

    • Alan Davis, A Note on Ruskin and Cotman
    • Sarah Bunney, J.W. Bunney's 'big picture': an update
    • Stuart Eagles, J.H. Whitehouse and Boys' Literature
    • Stuart Eagles, Ruskin the Worker: Hinksey and the Origins of Ruskin Hall, Oxford
    • James S. Dearden, John Ruskin's Pottery
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 11 (A copy of a flyer advertising Croydon's Ruskin Square - contributed by Robert Hewison)
    • Review of Cynthia Gamble's John Ruskin, Henry James and the Shropshire Lad [Bernard Richards]

    Plus Stephen Wildman's The Ruskin Library and Research Centre and Ray Haslam & Alan Davis' Keith Hanley: Director of the Ruskin Centre 2000-2008.


    No. 2 - Spring 2008

    Editor: Brian Ingram, Managing Editor: Lauren Proctor

    Contents

    • Alan Davis, Ruskin and Persephone Revisited: The Goddess, the Maiden, and the Bud
    • Hiroko Masui, The Study of John Ruskin in Japan: How his Works were used in English Pedagogy before World War II
    • Marion McClintock, The evolving journey: the Ruskin Seminars 1990 -
    • Stephen Wildman, Illiberal views on art: Ruskin’s advice to Miss Pipe
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography - January to December 2007
    • Ray Haslam, A Letter from Francesca Alexander
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 10 (Extracts from Augustus J.C. Hare's (1896) The Years with Mother: An Abridgement of the First Three Volumes of The Story of My Life (London: Century) and W.R. Lethaby's (1922) Form in Civilization: Collected Papers on Art & Labour (London: OUP) - contributed by Tony Hilton)
    • Review of Robert S. Nelson's Hagia Sophia, 1850-1950: Holy Wisdom Modern Monument [Tony Hilton]

    No. 1 - Autumn 2007

    Editor: Brian Ingram, Managing Editor: Lauren Proctor

    Contents

    • Tony Pinkney, Thomas Shore, Ruskin as a Revolutionary Preacher, Part II
    • Sarah Bunney, John W. Bunney's 'big picture' of St Mark's, and the Ruskin-Bunney relationship
    • James S. Dearden, A later Ruskin letter?
    • Incidentally Ruskin, No. 9 (Extract from Simon Winder, Editor of the Penguin Great Ideas books who gives us a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the series' selection/publishing process - contributed by Alan Harrington)‌
  • Volumes 1-3 (2004 - 2007)

    Volume 3

    No. 3 - Summer 2007

    Editor: Brian Ingram, Managing Editor: Lauren Proctor

    Contents

    • Tony Pinkney, Thomas Shore, Ruskin as a Revolutionary Preacher
    • Brian Ingram, Experiments in New Ways of Living and Working
    • Review of A. Hêlard's Ruskin et les Cathédrales de la Terre [Chris Pool: Chamonix sees the return of Ruskin]

    Plus John George's Ruskin and Watts: Two Victorian Greats and John Coleman's John Ruskin and Anthony Froude - Notes on the Relationship.


    No. 1/2 (Joint Issue) - Spring 2007

    Editor: Brian Ingram, Managing Editor: Lauren Proctor

    Contents

    • Kei Nijibayashi, Ruskin's Savageness as Romantic: Rousseau's Influence on The Nature of Gothic
    • Bernard Richards, Ruskin as a Comic Writer
    • Roger Garside, Notes on the Construction of the Library Edition CD
    • Ruskin Incidentally, No. 8 (Extract from Harrison's (1918) John Ruskin (Macmillan and Co.) - contributed by Tony Hilton)
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography – November 2005 to December 2006
    • Review of J.B. Bullen's Byzantium Rediscovered [J.A. Hilton]

    Plus Maciek Ulita's Ruskin's Echoes in Poland and Lindsey Walker's Index of Articles from the Ruskin Bulletin 1994-2004.‌

    Volume 2

    No. 3 - Summer 2006

    Editor: Brian Ingram, Managing Editor: Lindsey Walker

    Contents

    • Robert Hewison, The Construction of The Stones of Venice: The Manuscript Evidence (Or, Harry Potter and the Mystery of the Painted Numbers)
    • John Illingworth, Fellow Travellers: Edmund Sharpe of Lancaster and the Influence on him of Rickman, Whewell and Ruskin
    • Hiroko Masui, A Study of Ruskin’s Utopian Vision
    • Ruskin Incidentally, No. 6 (Extract from Recollections of Rossetti by Hall Caine (1928), who as a young man lived at Tudor House, Cheyne Walk with Rossetti for a few months in 1881, the last year of Rossetti’s life - contributed by Brian Ingram)
    • Ruskin Incidentally, No. 7 (Country Diary: Lake District article by Tony Greenbank (1 May 2006), reproduced with the kind permission of The Guardian - contributed by John Illingworth)

    No. 2 - Spring 2006

    Editor: Brian Ingram, Managing Editor: Lindsey Walker

    Contents

    • J.A. Hilton, Ruskin and Smetham: The Critic and the Artist
    • Wendy Nakanishi, Locating Ruskin's Letters - Public and Private - in the English Epistolary Tradition
    • Alan Davis, Journeys Through the Doors of Perception: John Ruskin and William Blake
    • Sara Atwood, "Too peculiar to be popular": Ruskinian Pedagogy, Winnington and The Ethics of the Dust
    • Ruskin Incidentally, No. 5 (Extract from an item that was written c. 1950 by J.B. Morton for his Beachcomber column in the Daily Express - contributed by John Illingworth)

    No. 1 - Autumn 2005

    Editor: Brian Ingram, Managing Editor: Lindsey Walker

    Contents

    • Stuart Eagles, ‘A Higher, Purer, Truer Life for the People’: Ruskin and the Beginnings of Labour Representation
    • Ray Haslam, Ruskin, Drawing and the Argument of the Lens
    • Sarah Bunney, Rose, Three ‘Buns’ and a Missing Portrait
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography - October 2004 to October 2005
    • Ruskin Incidentally, No. 4 (Extract from Through the Stage Doors, the 1958 autobiography of playwright Sydney Blow whose brother, the architect Detmar Blow, accompanied Ruskin on his French and Italian tour in 1888 - contributed by Jeffrey Richards)

    Volume 1

    No. 3 - Summer 2005

    Editor: Brian Ingram, Managing Editor: Lindsey Walker

    Contents

    • Pascal Debout, Notes on the Construction of Sheepfolds: John Ruskin's Evangelical Programme for a Truly Christian Nation
    • James S. Dearden, Ruskin and St. Ursula's Disappearing Dog
    • J.A. Hilton, Ruskin's Anglo-Saxonism: Constructing and Deconstructing The Pleasures of England
    • Ruskin Incidentally, No. 3 (Extract from Ford Madox Hueffer/Ford's Rossetti: A Critical Essay on his Art - contributed by Brian Ingram)
    • Review of Juliet Kinchin & Paul Stirton's Is Mr Ruskin Living too Long? Selected Writings of E.W. Godwin on Victorian Architecture, Design and Culture [Jeffrey Richards]

    No. 2 - Spring 2005

    Editor: Brian Ingram, Managing Editor: Lindsey Walker

    Contents

    • Alan Davis, ‘What I intended the plates to be’: Ruskin’s Etchings for The Seven Lamps of Architecture
    • Chris Pool, Ruskin's Houses at Mornex
    • Gillian Mawby, Some Observations on an Annotated Edition of John Ruskin’s The Seven Lamps of Architecture in the Archives of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin in the Oxford DNB
    • Ruskin Incidentally, No. 2 (Extract from the painter Henry Holiday's (1914) Reminiscences of my Life (Heinemann) - contributed by Jeffrey Richards)

    Plus Emma Barlet's Ruskin For AllMalcolm Hardman's Cataloguing Ruskin’s Library and Other Challenges: James S. Dearden in Conversation with the Ruskin Society and David Peacock's The Friends of Ruskin's Brantwood.


    No. 1 - Autumn 2004

    Editor: Brian Ingram, Managing Editor: Lindsey Walker

    In memory of John Evans.

    Contents

    • Brian Ingram, Editorial
    • Philip Davies, The Importance of Rudeness (The Mikimoto Memorial Ruskin Lecture 2003)
    • Ross Eddington, John Ruskin's Classical Education
    • Ruskin Incidentally, No. 1 (Extract from Lillie Langtry's (1925) The Days I Knew (Duckworth) - contributed by Jeffrey Richards)
    • Stephen Wildman, Ruskin Bibliography - 2003 to September 2004

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