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Descriptions of and pointers to the best of William Blake on the web. Blake, 1757-1827, was an English poet, artist, engraver, and publisher. His writings and art are extraordinary and he is probably my greatest hero and visionary.
This is the home page for the Blake List, devoted to the life and work of visionary poet William Blake.
The Blake Multimedia Project The Blake Multimedia Project is an approach to studying and teaching the works of William Blake using the tools of computer technology. Though he lived two hundred years ago, Blake himself was a multimedia artist whose work combined verbal and visual expression with technological innovation. Blake's work is difficult to access because accurate color reproductions of ...
The William Blake Page Last updated February 20, 2001 William Blake (b. Nov. 28, 1757, London--d. Aug. 12, 1827, London) was the first of the great English Romantic poets, as well as a painter and printer and one of the greatest engravers in English history. Largely self-taught, he began writing poetry when he was twelve and was apprenticed to a London engraver at the age of fourteen. His poetry ...