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  • Brantwood - Brantwood was the home of John Ruskin from 1872 until his death in 1900. The house is filled with Ruskin's drawings and watercolours, together with much of his original furniture, books and personal items.
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  • The Friends of Ruskin's Brantwood - Information about the activities of a group of people who have an interest in the Brantwood house, estate, and Ruskin himself. Newsletter, timetable of events, reports of recent events, and information about joining.
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  • John Ruskin (1819-1900) - A brief biography of the life of John Ruskin, with particular emphasis on his relationship with, and inspiration to, the Pre-Raphaelite painters from the Arts and Crafts Society.
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  • John Ruskin (1819-1900) - Notes by Bob Speel on the life of the Victorian thinker John Ruskin, with particular emphasis on his influence on the Pre-Raphaelite painters.
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  • John Ruskin (1819-1900) - A brief biography, from Spartacus Educational, of the life and work of John Ruskin, the leading writer, and second only to Turner as a watercolour painter, of his period.
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  • John Ruskin Resources - Articles about John Ruskin from various sources collected together for students at the Universitat de València.
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  • John Ruskin: An Overview - An overview of the life and work of John Ruskin. From the Victorian Web.
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  • Ruskin Library at Lancaster University - The first stage of a project to secure for posterity and make accessible the foremost collection of works of art on paper (1,486), diaries (29 volumes), letters (around 8000), literary manuscripts and transcripts (300), photographs and daguerreotypes (1835), printed books (over 3,500) and other material relating to Ruskin and his circle.
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  • Ruskin on Turner - A brief biography of the work of Ruskin, plus some extracts from 'The Works of Ruskin', ed. Cook/Wedderburn, of essays by Ruskin on JW Turner.
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  • The Ruskin Programme at Lancaster University - The aim of the programme is to carry out research into the work of John Ruskin and his circle, to publish the results of that research, and to organize and support exhibitions, conferences and colloquia relating to Ruskin and his circle
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  • Ruskin's Infatuation with Young Girls - An alternative Ruskin biography from Lakestay, with emphasis on his enthusiasm for young girls, in particular Effie Gray and Rose La Touche.
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  • Ruskin, Turner and the Pre-Raphaelites - Illustrated essay on the major exhibition, held during 2000, at the Tate Gallery in London, on John Ruskin, JMW Turner and the Pre-Raphaelites.
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