Rose La Touche (1848–1875) was the pupil, cherished student, "pet", and ideal
from which John Ruskin based Sesame and Lilies (1865).
Feb 11, 2005 ... In a recently discovered sketch, Rose La Touche, the 24-year-old lover of John
Ruskin, lies on her death bed. Her hair is spread out on the ...
An alternative Ruskin biography from Lakestay, with emphasis on his enthusiasm
for young girls, in particular Effie Gray and Rose La Touche.
He had no notion that his relations with Rose La Touche would end in tragedy.
He could not imagine that he would soon lead a life without John James Ruskin's
Portrait of Rose La Touche, 1861 by John Ruskin. Romanticism. portrait.
Letters of Rose La Touche, the Irish girl whom Ruskin loved during the ... The La.
John Ruskin and Rose Lu Touche: Her Unpublished Diaries of 1861 and 1867.
Nov 28, 2010 ... But it was Rose La Touche, first met when she was nine years old, who
eventually won Ruskin's heart. Engaged by Rose's family as a tutor, ...
Jun 2, 2013 ... Ruskin's later relationship with Rose La Touche has led to claims that he was a
paedophile, on the grounds that he stated that he fell in love ...
Oct 24, 2012 ... Following the annulment of his marriage to the needy and womanly Effie, it was a
girl called Rose La Touche who eventually won John ...
Jan 3, 2005 ... Into Ruskin's feeling for this picture was poured so much of his feeling for Rose
La Touche, who had lately died. Today, with their near ...