Friends of the Ruskin Art Club
The home of John Ruskin 1872-1900.
The Huntington's three art galleries and a library showcase magnificent collections of paintings, sculptures, rare books, manuscripts, and decorative arts. The botanical collection features over 14,000 different species of plants. A private, nonprofit institution, The Huntington was founded in 1919 by railroad and real estate developer Henry Edwards Huntington and opened to the public in 1928.
The Judson Studios
In 1897, the Judson Studios, today one of the regions premier centers of Stained glass fabrication and design, was established in Los Angeles by three Judson brothers and their father, William Lees Judson, a noted California artist. The Studios once housed the USC school of Fine Arts. The Studio's emphasis from the beginning has been on a combination of tradition and innovation, integrating the traditions of an ancient and honorable craft with cutting edge contemporary design.
Laband Art Gallery
The gallery is on the Loyola Marymount University campus, and is directed by Gordon Fuglie.
The Laguna Art museum is located just steps from the pacific ocean in Laguna Beach-one of Southern California's oldest art colonies. Founded in 1918 by a small group of painters, who settled along the coast, the Laguna Beach Art Association developed an exhibition space to showcase works being produced by artists in the area. This early Emphasis on supporting artist in the region has been an integral part of Laguna Art Museum, the oldest cultural institution in Orange County, throughout its history.
The red hen press
John Ruskin chose Coniston as his home for the last 27 years of his life. The village created the Ruskin Museum as a memorial to him.
Lancaster University (United Kingdom) established the Ruskin programme to research John Ruskin, and provide an international forum to discuss his works.
Ruskin: An Overview
This site is from the Victorian Web. The site contains various articles, dissertations and information on Ruskin and his works.