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  1. John Ruskin (Londres, Inglaterra, 8 de febrero de 1819-Brantwood, Cumbria, Inglaterra, 20 de enero de 1900) fue un escritor, crítico de arte, sociólogo, artista y reformador social [1] británico, uno de los grandes maestros de la prosa inglesa.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › John_RuskinJohn Ruskin - Wikipedia

    John James Ruskin helped to develop his son's Romanticism. They shared a passion for the works of Byron , Shakespeare and especially Walter Scott . They visited Scott's home, Abbotsford , in 1838, but Ruskin was disappointed by its appearance. [5]

  3. En 1817, John James Ruskin était riche et ses parents étaient morts (il semblerait que son père se fût suicidé peu de temps après le décès de son épouse). La noce se déroula en 1818. John Ruskin naquit l'année suivante, dans la maison familiale donnant sur Brunswick Square dans Bloomsbury, un des beaux quartiers de Londres.

  4. His wife Effie was formerly married to the critic John Ruskin, who had supported Millais's early work. The annulment of the Ruskin marriage and Effie's subsequent marriage to Millais have sometimes been linked to his change of style, but she became a powerful promoter of his work and they worked in concert to secure commissions and expand their social and intellectual circles.

  5. John Augustus Atkinson - English Painter W.E. Atkinson - Canadian Painter George A. Atkison - Irish Dr. Atl - Mexican Painter Jean-Michel Atlan - French Painter Attavante Degli Attavanti - Italian Miniaturist Dotty Attie - American Painter Rene Auberjonois - Swiss Painter Charles Aubry - French Photographer John James Audubon - West Indian ...

  6. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › John_RuskinJohn Ruskin - Wikipedia

    John Ruskin (Londra, 8 febbraio 1819 – Brantwood, 20 gennaio 1900) è stato uno scrittore, pittore, poeta e critico d'arte britannico. La sua interpretazione dell' arte e dell' architettura influenzarono fortemente l' estetica vittoriana ed edoardiana .

  7. John Ruskin, (born February 8, 1819, London, England—died January 20, 1900, Coniston, Lancashire), English critic of art, architecture, and society who was a gifted painter, a distinctive prose stylist, and an important example of the Victorian Sage, or Prophet: a writer of polemical prose who seeks to cause widespread cultural and social change. Ruskin was born into the commercial classes ...