A new exhibition at the Ruskin Library, running until 13th December
Carrying on from the successful ‘natural world’ themed exhibitions, ‘Ruskin’s Flora’ (2011) and ‘Sketching from Nature’ (2008) we return once again to this rich and wonderful theme. ‘Fragments of Nature’ revisits elements of drawing from the natural world, looking at the joy of landscape as well as detailed studies of flora and fauna. Included in the exhibition are drawings by John Ruskin, his family, and friends. Sketches and notes from private letters and diaries will also be included along with less frequently exhibited works from the collection.
Volumes 22, 23, 24 and 26 have all recently been added to the website
Only volumes 31 and 34 remain to be done
John Ruskin, by an unknown artist
Updated versions of Stephen Wildman’s Bibliographies are now available on the website – including one for works published in 2013.
Volume XXI – The Ruskin Art Collection at Oxford – is now available online.
The second volume of the Letters of John Ruskin (volume 37 of the Library Edition) is now available at
Volume 36 of the Library Edition of the Works of John Ruskin is now available online. This is the first volume of letters, covering 1827-1869 and includes correspondence with Rossetti, Burne-Jones, Charles Eliot Norton and his cousin Joan Severn.