Footenote 23, of the author's "The ideology of 'eternal truth'," which Taylor & Francis published in 1991. It has been included in the Victorian Web with the kind permission of the author, who of course retains copyright.
Ruskin interprets the prefigurative symbolism of Tintoretto's San Rocco Annunciation
in Modern Painters 2, The Works of John Ruskin, eds. E. T. Cook and A. Wedderburn,
39 vols. (London: George Allen, 1904), vol. 2, pp. 264-265. Hereafter cited
in notes as Ruskin. Landow first discussed the influence of this passage on
Hunt in "'Your Good Influence on Me"', pp. 100-102 and later in his book on Hunt.