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  1. John James Ruskin (1785–1864) George Watson (1766–1837) Brantwood Photo credit: The Brantwood Trust Send information to Art Detective John Ruskin's father, John James, was a wealthy wine merchant of Scottish origins, partner in the firm John Ruskin, Telford & Domecq. Brantwood Coniston Date 1802 Medium oil on canvas Measurements

  2. John Ruskin was a famous artist, and writer, art critic of the Victorian era, and was born on February 8, 1819, in London, England. He was born to a noble family where his father – John James Ruskin was a wealthy Scots wine merchant. John James Ruskin was the founding partner of Pedro Domecq sherries- the well known Sherry wine traders. Art

  3. 17/05/2018 · RUSKIN, JOHN (1819–1900), major British critic of art and architecture and influential political writer. John Ruskin was born in London on 8 February 1819, the only child of Scottish parents who had settled in London and made good. His parents were powerful influences, for good and ill, in his life.

  4. 13/10/2019 · John Ruskin was one of the great thinkers of the Victorian period, and arguably the era’s most influential art critic. Born an only child into a prosperous middle class family, his father, John James Ruskin, made a fortune in the sherry trade and was a keen collector of contemporary watercolours, particularly the works of JMW Turner.

  5. Legacy of John Ruskin In November 1878 the painter James McNeill Whistler ’s action for libel against Ruskin—brought after Ruskin’s attack on the impressionist manner of a Whistler Nocturne —came to trial. The trial made the conflict between Ruskin’s moral view of art and Whistler’s Aestheticism a matter of wide public interest.

  6. › humanitiesonline › ruskin_devRuskin's Handwriting

    The Handwriting of John James Ruskin and Margaret Ruskin In June 1827 , a few months after John Ruskin first began to use pen and ink, his father purchased Butterworthʼs Young Arithmeticianʼs Instructor, Containing Specimens of Writing with Directions ( Burd, ed., Ruskin Family Letters , 168 n. 1).

  7. The attitude of Ruskin's mother was no less influential; while John James stimulated his imagination, she ensured that it ran on correct moral lines. Her son had been born in 1819, when it was almost too late for her to have children, and for a devout Evangelical Protestant it was natural that she should follow the example of the Biblical Hannah and dedicate her child to God ( RFL 2.456).