An Evergreen Lesson in Cultural Heritage: Ruskin, Tintoretto and the <i>Scuola Grande di San Rocco</i>

Clive Wilmer
<div> <p>John Ruskin was a writer on a wide variety of subjects, notably art, architecture and questions of social justice, which he always saw in relation to one another. His book The Stones of Venice (1851-53), associates the skill of the medieval Venetian craftsman, his attention to natural forms and his care for his material, with Christian humility in the face of God’s work. The quest for beauty was an ethical matter and art reflected...
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