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Catherine Blake’s vision

February 23, 2018 0 Comments
Catherine Blake’s vision

Of all the astonishing visual images William Blake created, between the mid-1770s and his death in 1827, one of the most intriguing is a small sepia wash drawing (244 x 211mm) on a sheet of paper now in the Tate Gallery.  It’s usually known by the title A vision: the inspiration of the poet.  Since […]

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A small room in south London

August 17, 2016 2 Comments
A small room in south London

An early morning in late summer.  Light from a cloudy sky falls evenly into the small room from the window on the left, under a partly closed roller blind.  No particular object inside is highlighted, each is democratically equal.  The floor is made of narrow, carefully fitted wooden boards.  There’s no carpet, no rug.  Opposite […]

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