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William Blake

William Blake

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William Blake Divina Commedia

William Blake Divina Commedia

WILLIAM BLAKE: GOLDEN STRING: October 2012

WILLIAM BLAKE: GOLDEN STRING: October 2012

Illustration to Milton`s Paradise Lost - William Blake - WikiPaintings.org

Illustration to Milton`s Paradise Lost - William Blake - WikiPaintings.org

William Blake Lucifer and the Pope in Hell (The King of Babylon) About 1805

William Blake Lucifer and the Pope in Hell (The King of Babylon) About 1805

“Blake seeks to undermine the sovereignty of the text”: the ideology of authority, Blake realised, is bound up – literally – in the worship of the Book (The Book of Urizen)

“Blake seeks to undermine the sovereignty of the text”: the ideology of authority, Blake realised, is bound up – literally – in the worship of the Book (The Book of Urizen)

William Blake | The First Book of Urizen | 1794  | The Morgan Library & Museum

The First Book of Urizen 13

William Blake | The First Book of Urizen | 1794 | The Morgan Library & Museum

William Blake's "A Sunshine Holiday."  By Morgan Meis          William Blake didn’t see with his eyes. He was an artist of visions, not vision. Visions happen in the brain and other places of the imagination. Vision is a physical matter, having to do with retinas and light. Blake's vision was fantastic. It brought him a constant stream of images, more often than not from the Bible. He saw the world as illuminated and pulsing with Joy and Sorrow, heavenly light, and the dark gloom of Hell…

William Blake's "A Sunshine Holiday." By Morgan Meis William Blake didn’t see with his eyes. He was an artist of visions, not vision. Visions happen in the brain and other places of the imagination. Vision is a physical matter, having to do with retinas and light. Blake's vision was fantastic. It brought him a constant stream of images, more often than not from the Bible. He saw the world as illuminated and pulsing with Joy and Sorrow, heavenly light, and the dark gloom of Hell…

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