Ruskin the Great Victorian (London, 1949), pp. 179-80. Other works about Ruskin or editions of his work to which I am particularly indebted for information include: Works (The Library Edition), eds. E. T. Cook and Alexander Wedderburn, 39 vols. (London, 1903-12); The Diaries, eds. Joan Evans and J. H. Whitehouse, 3 vols. (Oxford, 1956); The Brantwood Diary, ed. Helen Gill Viljoen (New Haven and London, 1971); The Winnington Letters: John Ruskin s Correspondence with Margaret Alexis Bell and the Children at Winnington Hall, ed. Van Akin Burd (Cambridge, Mass., 1969); Ruskin's Letters from Venice, 1851-1852 ed. John L. Bradley (New Haven, 1955); The Letters of John Ruskin to Lord and Lady Mount-Temple, ed. John L. Bradley (Ohio State University Press, 1964); Mary Lutyens, Millais and the Ruskins (London, 1967); and Sheila Birkenhead, Illustrious Friends: The Story of Joseph Severn and His Son Arthur (London, 1965).