Satan Exulting over Eve (detail), 1795, William Blake. Graphite, pen and black ink, and watercolor, over a color print. Getty Museum

William Blake: Visionary


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A remarkable printmaker, painter, and poet, William Blake (1757–1827) developed a wildly unconventional world view, representing universal forces of creation and destruction—physical, psychological, historical—through his own cast of characters. By combining his poetry and images on the page through radical graphic techniques, Blake created some of the most striking and enduring imagery in British art. This major international loan exhibition explores the artist-poet’s imaginative world through his most celebrated works.

Organized by the J. Paul Getty Museum in cooperation with Tate.

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