Modern Painters

Some articles on modern painters, painters, modern:

John Ruskin - Middle Life (1847–1869) - Ruskin The Social Critic and Reformer: Unto This Last
... “ ” Modern Painters V (1860) Although Ruskin said in 1877 that in 1860, "I gave up my art work and wrote Unto This Last.. ... explorations of nature and aesthetics in the fifth and final volume of Modern Painters focused on Giorgione, Paolo Veronese, Titian and Turner ... Uniting Modern Painters V and Unto This Last is Ruskin’s “Law of Help” ...
John Ruskin - Early Life (1819–1846) - Modern Painters I (1843)
... Before Ruskin began Modern Painters, John James Ruskin had begun collecting watercolours, including works by Samuel Prout and, from 1839, Turner ... Both painters were among occasional guests of the Ruskins at Herne Hill, and 163 Denmark Hill (demolished 1947) to which the family removed in 1842 ... What became the first volume of Modern Painters (1843), published by Smith, Elder Co ...
Pathetic Fallacy - History
... The term was coined by the critic John Ruskin (1819–1900) in his 1856 work Modern Painters ... Modern Painters ... Fowler in A Dictionary of Modern English Usage would note the phrase had been neglected by dictionaries, and that its meaning had shifted away from ...

Famous quotes containing the words painters and/or modern:

    They ought to put out the eyes of painters as they do goldfinches in order that they can sing better.
    Pablo Picasso (1881–1973)

    Most of our modern portrait painters are doomed to absolute oblivion. They never paint what they see. They paint what the public sees, and the public never sees anything.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)