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The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: A Facsimile in Full Color (Dover Fine Art, History of Art) Paperback – Facsimile, September 1, 1994
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Once regarded as a brilliant eccentric whose works skirted the outer fringes of English art and literature, William Blake (1757–1827) is today recognized as a major poet, a profound thinker, and one of the most original and exciting English artists. Nowhere is his glorious poetic and pictorial legacy more evident than in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, which many consider his most inspired and original work.
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell is both a humorous satire on religion and morality and a work that concisely expresses Blake's essential wisdom and philosophy, much of it revealed in the 70 aphorisms of his "Proverbs of Hell." This beautiful edition, reproduced from a rare facsimile, invites readers to enjoy the rich character of Blake's own hand-printed text along with his deeply stirring illustrations, reproduced on 27 full-color plates. A typeset transcription of the text is included.
Dover (1994) republication of plates from a facsimile of the 1794 edition published by Trianon Press, Jura, France, 1960.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is certainly a book of treasurers, however, some are hidden very deep.
I highly recommend this book to anyone! It comes with pictures of the original copper plates the book was printed on but also only has the text at the end.
Takes 30 minutes tops to read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What a beautiful little book. I'm so happy I found it online.Published 1 month ago by Terresa O'Leary
What a cute little version of this work. You can hide it in your purse or pocket it's so small.Published 3 months ago by kim cat
Not the best quality prints compared to my copy of "songs of innocence and experience" for example, but it is what it is.Published 10 months ago by Nicolas P.
This Is an academic must read. It is a little book. It is an artistic perspective.Published 12 months ago by Elizabeth R. Kral
This is a handsome book. It might have been a bit bigger to make the images clearer. But then it would have been more expensive. Of course, Blake's text is pure genius.Published 16 months ago by Robin Wildt Hansen
Love william blake, the inclusion of original plates really makes this one!Published 19 months ago by Sam Pickerill
It is very small. I find it difficult to make out any detail in the plates or read Blake's original text.Published on November 4, 2013 by kd