Life Distilled: Ruskin and Still Life

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Until April 1 2016

    Still life – the arrangement of objects, especially flowers and fruit, in a careful composition – has never featured highly in the hierarchy of categories of art, yet it has always been popular, and remains so to this day.

This exhibition of works by Ruskin and his associates, includes items loaned by the Walker Gallery (National Museums Liverpool); the Whitworth Art Gallery (University of Manchester); Museums Sheffield (Guild of St George, Ruskin Collection); the Ruskin Museum, Coniston; the Brantwood Trust, and a private collector.

For further details see http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/users/ruskinlib/Pages/still%20life.html

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