by Martin Myrone and Amy Concannon
William Blake is a universal artist – an inspiration to visual artists, musicians, poets, and performers worldwide as well as everyone who aspires to the ideals of personal, spiritual, and creative liberty. His personal struggles during a period of political terror and oppression, his technical innovations, and his political commitment all remain deeply relevant today. This book presents a comprehensive overview of Blake’s relationship with the art world of his time and telling the stories behind many of his most iconic images.
Hard cover, 224 pages
Dimensions: 9.4 in. x 10.9 in.