Ruskin in Lakeland

Polymath, juvenile poet, watercolourist, art critic, patron, social revolutionary – John Ruskin was all that, and more. Writer and broadcaster Eric Robson tells the story of the ‘Victorian phenomenon’ in the Lakes, from his visit to Keswick as a five-year-old to his death in Brantwood on Coniston at the age of 90

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