45/2019 John Ruskin
The article traces the life and created activity of an English famous
publicist and writer John Ruskin (1819–1900). In his works and lectures at Oxford University he always stressed the moral and ethical consideration of art and it’s close connection with life.
romanticism; preraphaeletism; Keats; Blake; Wordsworth; Coleridge; Byron; Shelley; W. Scott; beauty; imagination; virtue; artistic truth.
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