Author:John Ruskin

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John Ruskin
English art critic; Pseudonym, Kata Phusin; while best known for his work as an art critic and social critic, is also remembered as an author, poet and artist
John Ruskin
  • The Bibliography of Ruskin: A Bibliographical List Arranged in Chronological Order by Richard Herne Shepherd, 1882 (external scan)


Index to Fors clavigera. Letters to the workmen and labourers of Great Britain, 1887 external source

Complete Works[edit]

v. 1. Ariadne Florentina.--v. 2. Arrows of the chace.--v. 3. The elements of drawing. The elements of perspective.--v. 4. Fors Clavigera.--v. 5. The laws of Fésole. The art of England.--v. 6. Love's meinie. Proserpina.--v. 7. Pre-Raphaelitism. Notes on the construction of sheepfolds. The king of the Golden River. Aratra Pentelici.--v. 8. Poems. Mornings in Florence.--v. 9. The poetry of architecture; to which is added suggestions on works of art.--v. 10. St. Mark's rest. Deucalion.--v. 11. The seven lamps of architecture. Lectures on architecture and painting. An inquiry into some of the conditions at present affecting The study of architecture in our schools.--v. 12-15. The stones of Venice.--v. 16. Time and tide, by Weare and Tyne. The political economy of art.--v. 17. The two paths. Lectures on art.--v. 18. "Unto this last." Munera Pulveris

  • Works of John Ruskin, New York : John W. Lovell 12 volumes. 1873

v. 1-3. Modern painters -- v. 4-5. The stones of Venice, Seven lamps -- v. 6-7. Fors clavigera -- v.8. Sesame and lilies, Crown of wild olives, Munera pulveris -- v. 9. Lectures on art, Elements of perspective, Two paths -- v. 10. Mornings in Florence, Time and tide, Deucalion -- v. 11. Arrows of the chase, Laws of Fesole, Joy forever -- v. 12. Ethics of the dust, Elements of drawing, Proserpina

  • Works of John Ruskin, Kent: George Allen, 1874


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