To See Clearly: Why Ruskin Matters
Considered by many to be the greatest critic of the 19th-century, Ruskin's commentary on art and society can teach us much about the world around us. Suzanne Fagence Cooper explores his vision in To See Clearly: Why Ruskin Matters.
From his examinations of nature and architecture, to this thoughts on the contradictions of life, work and leisure, Fagence Cooper charts a course through Ruskin's writings and delves into the clarity with which he perceived his world. An advocate for environmentalism and welfare, his ideas on inequality touched many, including Gandhi.
|Author||Suzanne Fagence Cooper|
|Dimensions||17.7 x 11.7 x 2.3 cm|
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