A Scottish Perspective on John Ruskin’s Influence on the Arts & Crafts Movement

A word of explanation: the ‘Scottish perspective’ is mine but, for some years, I have been fascinated by the fact that so many of Ruskin’s own perspectives were Scottish. This has been well put by his first biographer, William Gershom Collingwood (1854-1900), who was Ruskin’s secretary, confidant and constant companion from 1881-1900. A scholar, archaeologist […]