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Visual Theology 14h
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's Mornings in Florence guides us on what to take seriously and what not to take seriously. Sizeranne assimilates Ruskin.
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Where can we find dirt in Victorian painting? Amazingly 's Elements of Drawing suggests artists actually use dirt, Armetta tells us.
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On one hand was too extensive and too incomplete to satisfy... He was a kind of soothsayer, says Sizeranne
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Visual Theology 12h
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differed from his contemporaries because his pursuit of work allowed the concept not so much of purity, but the purity of dirt. And indeed it's necessity.
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Visual Theology 12h
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Almost all the colours of things associated with human life derive something of their expression and value from the tones of impurity...
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Visual Theology 11h
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Are popular (media) representations of fair, useful etc? asks Possibly his ecological thinking is one area that is reviving. But his misogyny is damaging too. Armetta says "which Ruskin are we trying to be fair to?": a very good point!
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Visual Theology Sep 21
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'I can't tell if the Virgin is kneeling or sitting' said . Take out the green! he insisted.
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Dr Lucy Ella Rose 9h
Thank you so much & Sheona Beaumont for a fascinating and beautiful conference
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Visual Theology Sep 21
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allows us to feel and witness his faith and the fracturing and difficulties of his faith.
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Visual Theology 11h
Paul Tucker on , art and nobility: unpicking ideas of truth and artistic excellence through Modern Painters.
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Visual Theology 12h
Dr. Flora Armetta now up discussing and his love of the changing shape of the natural world as part of God's yet constant design
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Dr Lucy Ella Rose 11h
The many versions of : the ecological Ruskin, the polemical writer, the committed social critic, the impotent misogynist...
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Dr Lucy Ella Rose 12h
detested because it represented the (attempted) power of the human over nature, rather than a giving up of the human self to the mystery, beauty & power of nature
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Visual Theology Sep 21
thought mosaic most suitable form of architecture. He described those of St. Mark's thus: All is fair and bright!
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Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper 4h
The melting glaciers of the Alps were already mourned by - & are highlighted by artist Emma Stibbon in ‘Ruskin, Turner & the Storm Cloud’ On show at Abbot Hall until 5 Oct. (Stibbon 2018/Ruskin 1854)
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Dr Lucy Ella Rose 12h
'Ruskin loved rocks' - Flora Armetta's post-lunch paper on &
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Visual Theology Sep 21
. now up discussing , , architecture and sacred spaces.
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