John Ruskin

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Tate Britain

Exhibition explores the avant-garde aspects of the conservative Pre-Raphaelites

The Pre-Raphaelite movement was conservative: “back to the future” might well have been its motto

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J.M.W. Turner

Tate Britain explores Turner's time in Venice

An exhibition highlighting Turner's change of style after his travels

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Exhibitions

New exhibition 'The pre-Raphaelite dream' rocks the Art Gallery of Western Australia

The paintings and drawings on show in Perth are on loan from the Tate collection

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Exhibitions

A Frederick Sandys exhibition celebrates the re-opening of the Castle Museum

The Victorian age was fascinated by hair, as these paintings show

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Exhibitions

Tate's exhibition explores the modernity of Ruskin's views on art

His support of modern art was characterised by a missionary zeal

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J.M.W. Turner

Current exhibitions and publications on Turner: No stone left unturned

As the exhibition on Ruskin’s championship of Turner opens at the Tate, this crop of catalogues returns a timely harvest of Turner scholarship

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John Ruskin

What's on in New York: Museums lend Ruskins for a show at Salander-O’Reilly as Gagosian hangs blue-chip Warhol

Meanwhile, Paul McCarthy and Pierre Molinier provide a little titillation