Ruskin Live: the 1853 Edinburgh Lectures
  • Edinburgh Fringe

In 1853, the great art critic John Ruskin delivered four lectures at the Philosophical Institution in Queen Street, Edinburgh. His themes were Gothic versus Neo-Classical architecture, JMW Turner and the history of landscape painting, and an emergent group of young artists: The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. His outspoken and controversial views caused uproar. Experience one or all of these electrifying performances by actor and historian Paul OKeeffe. They will change the way you look at Art, Architecture and the City of Edinburgh itself.

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