New York: Harry N Abrams, 2001. 304 pgs.; 250 illustrations, including 240 plates in full color. Introductory essays by Peter Ackroyd and Marilyn Butler. This volume is published to "accompany the largest Blake exhibition ever mounted," and "examines Blake's vision, personal mythology, political views, and highly idiosyncratic painting techniques." Also includes an "analysis of his interest in Gothic,.and his major illuminated books." Frontispiece: Thomas Phillips, "William Blake," 1807. Bound in grey cloth, gilt lettering on spine. DJ front: "The Angel of Revelation," ca. 1803-05. DJ back: "Dante and Virgil Approaching the Angel who Guards the Entrance of Purgatory." Lettering on front and spine.. Cloth. New/New. Illus. by Blake, William.
Bookseller: Spectator Books
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