WILLIAM BLAKE’S WATERCOLOUR DESIGNS FOR THE POEMS OF THOMAS GRAY

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WILLIAM BLAKE’S WATERCOLOUR DESIGNS FOR THE POEMS OF THOMAS GRAY

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Published by Trianon Press, 1971

William Blake was an avid reader of English poetry, and at this point a young poet and artist himself, no doubt finding inspiration in the poetry of Thomas Gray with its elements of drama, legend and imagination. These fantastical paintings are presented here in colour and black and white, with a detailed commentary following the symbolism and context within the illustrations. 

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Condition: Very good, some creasing to spine