Ruskin John

Rus·kin

 (rŭs′kĭn), John 1819-1900.
British writer and critic who shaped Victorian artistic taste through his books Modern Painters (1843-1860) and The Stones of Venice (1851-1853).

Rus′kin′i·an adj.
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2 Ruskin John, 'The Seven Lamps of Architecture', in The Works of John Ruskin, eds.