By J. Bradley
The subject matter and scope of the Chronology specialize in the lifestyles (in naked define) and guides (in temporal order) of John Ruskin (1819-1900). As art-critic, social commentator, architectural student, geologist, botanist, water-colourist, lecturer, letter-writer and prose stylist, Ruskin stands forth as possibly the pre-eminent Victorian polymath. His advocacy of artwork and artists, his braveness within the face of adversarial, uninformed feedback and his enlightened compassionate perspectives of the human demonstrate Ruskin as 'not of an age yet for all time'. those attributes the Chronology endeavours to indicate.
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June-July During these summer months Mr and Mrs Gray and one of their sons, George, as visitors to the Great Exhibition, are guests of JR and ECGR at Park Street. However, JR is hardly visible ashe remains hostile to social life although relaxing briefly from his labours by taking a short holiday, with his parents, in Malvern. ' August 4 (Mon) JR and ECGR set out for Paris en route to Venice accompanied by 'George' and a new maid, Mary, for the young wife. 8 At Dijon. 13 Publication of JR's poorly received Pre-Raphaelitism, a pamphlet more Turnerian than a 'puff' for the Brotherhood.
5 Back at Denmark Hill, although their 'proper' residence remains Park Street. May 1 (Thurs) Opening of the Great Exhibition. Perhaps, though, JR's diary is quite as significant: 'All London is active and some part of all the world & I am sitting in my quiet room, hearing the birds sing, and about to enter on the true beginning of the second part of my Venetian work. ' 28 A Ruskin Chronologu 9 Writes a letter to The Times (published 13 May) decrying the paper's scorn of the work of the young Pre-Raphaelites, John Everett Millais and Holman Hunt.
Millais's drawings for the novel are also found wanting. 6 Buys a Tintoretto for £30. 13 Completes an essay on 'Baptism' that remains unpublished until after his death. 16 JR and ECGR, their lease expiring on the Casa Wetzlar, move to lodgings in St Mark's Place. June 1 (Tues)-5 JR and EeGR spend these days in Verona, where much drawing is accomplished and much enjoyable riding about the surrounding countryside. 6 They return to Venice. 1852 33 12-13 Their imminent departure is delayed by the theft of ECGR's jewellery.