Poet, artist, visionary and author of ‘Jerusalem’, William Blake is the archetypal misunderstood artist. Unrecognised for his creative talent during his life, he now occupies a unique position as an artist who unites and attracts people from all corners of society, and a rare inclusive symbol of English identity. Thanks to the work of neuroscientists and psychologists, we are now able to better position to understand what was happening inside his remarkable mind, and to gain a deeper appreciation of his genius.
No. of Pages: 400
Dimensions: 164 × 243 × 35mm
Published by Weidenfeld and Nicolson