A leading British art critic from the Victorian period, he’s known for functions such as Contemporary Painters (1843) as well as the Seven Lights of Structures (1849). He set up the Ruskin College of Drawing on the School of Oxford in 1869. Whilst travelling along with his privileged family members as a guy, he wrote in a number of notebooks and sketchbooks and drew many scenery, maps, and structures. He went to the School of Oxford from 1836. He was a dynamic philanthropist, notable public thinker, qualified watercolorist, draughtsman, and artwork patron. He wedded Euphemia Chalmers Grey in 1828. The relationship was annulled in 1897. He criticized the music of Ludwig Truck Beethoven .