Classic 1863 biography — largely credited with rescuing the great English poet and painter from oblivion — offers sensitive discussions of Blake's childhood, years as an engraver's apprentice, relations with patrons and employers, trial for treason, declining health, and untimely death. Includes critical commentary on the artist's boyhood poems. Over 40 Blake illustrations.
Reprint of the John Lane Company, London and New York, 1907 edition.
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