Ruskin was an artist of great sensitivity. Throughout his life he used drawing as a means to understand the world and communicate his findings to others. He produced hundreds of finely finished watercolours and thousands of drawings, many of which were used to illustrate his writings. He was Slade Professor of Fine Art at Oxford, where he founded the Ruskin School of Drawing. A constantly rotating collection of Ruskin’s paintings is on show at Brantwood. Back...
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