Fors Clavigera

Fors Clavigera was the name given by John Ruskin to a series of letters addressed to British workmen during the 1870s. They were published in the form of pamphlets. The letters formed part of Ruskin's interest in moral intervention in the social issues of the day on the model of his mentor Thomas Carlyle.

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Fors Clavigera - Libel Case
... It was in Fors Clavigera that Ruskin published his attack on the paintings of James McNeill Whistler, which had been exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery in 1876 ... them as the epitome of capitalist production in art, created with minimum effort for maximum output ... Ruskin's abusive language led Whistler to sue for libel ...
John Ruskin - Later Life (1869–1900) - Fors Clavigera and The Whistler Libel Case
... and labourers of Great Britain” under the title Fors Clavigera (1871–84) ... In the July 1877 letter of Fors Clavigera, Ruskin launched a scathing attack on paintings by James McNeill Whistler exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery ... and Gold The Falling Rocket, and accused Whistler of "ask two hundred guineas for flinging a pot of paint in the public's face" ...