Portrait of John Ruskin by Frederick Hollyer (1894)

Hollyer was the photographer of choice for the artistic set of the late 19th century. His Portraits of Many Persons of Note fills three volumes with nearly 200 portraits and comprises a pictorial Who’s Who of late Victorian and Edwardian celebrities. John Ruskin (1819-1900), writer, draughtsman, painter and collector, was one of the most influential voices in the art world of the 19th century.

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