Ruskin is one of the most influential and exhilarating writers in English. Art critic, architectural visionary, social reformer, climate warner and incomparable teacher: Ruskin's words not only transformed Victorian England but speak to us with increasing urgency today. This, the first general introduction to Ruskin for many years, places him in the social, economic and aesthetic world of Victorian Britain that he transformed - and shows how this transformation has much to teach us today. The extensive illustrations range from private notes, and lecture diagrams to presentation drawings - including some of the most beautiful images of the nineteenth century and many never before published.
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