Of all the affected, sapless, soulless, beginningless, endless, topless, bottomless, topsiturviest, scrannel-pipiest, tongs and boniest doggerel of sounds I ever endured the deadliest of, that eternity of nothing was the deadliest.
Nobody cares much at heart about Titian; only there is a strange undercurrent of everlasting murmur about his name, which means the deep consent of all great men that he is greater than they.
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|8th February, 1819
|20th January, 1900
|Critic, Painter, Writer
John Ruskin was born in London, England. He was an English art critic, writer and painter. He wrote on subjects as varied as geology, architecture, myth, ornithology, literature, education, botany and political economy. He studied at Christ Church, Oxford University. He served as Slade Professor of Fine Art at the University of Oxford, where he established the Ruskin School of Drawing. His art works shown below: Bernese Oberland, The Garden of San Miniato near Florence, Tower of the Cathedral at Sens, Bellizona, Dawn, Coniston, and Tree Study. He wrote several books include: Modern Painters, The Seven Lamps of Architecture, Pre-Raphaelitism, The Stones of Venice, Political Economy of Art, Unto This Last, and Time and Tide.
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