By Ross, Denman Waldo; Ross, Denman Waldo; Frank, Marie Ann
The existence and regarded one of many founders of twentieth-century American design.
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The years in Cincinnati established an emotional bond between Ross and his parents that colored their future habits and movements. Ross’s parents had four children, three of whom (two boys and a girl) died in childhood; as the only surviving child, Denman became the sole focus of their attention. This, not surprisingly, resulted in a certain level of overprotectiveness, particularly from his mother. Ross realized this and simply accepted it: I became the leading interest of her life. She had me on her mind morning, noon and night and she was ready at any time to follow me to the ends of the earth.
Following Adams’s argument, Ross had expected to demonstrate that prefeudal Formative Years : 27 Germany held the seed for later Anglo-Saxon law (and ultimately American law). However, the facts he gathered demonstrated just the opposite: the Germans based their system of landholding upon private property and inheritance, not the communal legislation of the Anglo-Saxons. His thesis caused a small sensation in international scholarship, and initial reactions to his book were quite negative. ), and using sources arbitrarily.
She had the paintings framed in Florence in elaborate, highrelief, gilt frames and shipped back to Boston. ∏ James Jackson Jarves had notably failed in his attempt to interest Bostonians in his collection of Italian primitives in the 1860s. At the age of thirteen, Ross had his ﬁrst chance to see original works of art. In 1866 John and Frances decided to make an extended tour of Europe and took the boy with them. Like any child that age, Ross found the trip itself exciting. π They left Boston in January and traveled for six months.