TWO TEMPLE PLACE, LONDON
This bicentenary exhibition brings together more than 190 paintings, drawings, daguerreotypes, metal work, and plaster casts to illustrate how Ruskin’s attitude to aesthetic beauty shaped his radical views on culture and society, in the spectacular neo-Gothic setting of London’s Two Temple Place.
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Produced by Two Temple Place, Museums Sheffield and the Guild of St George, the exhibitions in London (and later in Sheffield) are made possible thanks to generous support from The Garfield Weston Foundation, the Foyle Foundation, the Sheffield Town Trust and the James Neill Charitable Trust. The exhibition in Sheffield is further supported by the J. G Graves Trust.