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Experience taught William Blake that Wisdom is sold in the desolate market where none come to buy His brilliant achievements as a poet painter and engraver brought him public notice but little income William Blake in the Desolate Market records how Blake the most original of all the major English poets earned his living GE Bentley Jr the dean of Blake scholars details the poets occupations as a commercial engraver print seller teacher copperplate printer painter publisher and vendor of his own books In his early career as a commercial engraver Blake was modestly prosperous but thereafter his fortunes declined For his most ambitious commercial designs he made hundreds of folio designs and scores of engravings but was paid scarcelythan twenty pounds for two or three years work His invention of illuminated printing lost money and many of his greatest works such as Jerusalem were left unsold at his death He came to believe that his business is not to gather gold but to make glorious shapes William Blake in the Desolate Market is an investigation of Blakes labours to support himself by his arts The changing prices of his works his costs and receipts as well as his patrons and employers are expertly gathered and displayed to show the material side of the artistic career in Britains Romantic period.

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❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Report an issue Author G. E. Bentley Jr – African-american-literature.co Experience taught William Blake that Wisdom is sold in the desolate market where none come to buy His brilliant achievements as a poet painter and engraver brought him public notice but little income Experience taught William Blake that Wisdom is sold in the desolate market where none come to buy His brilliant achievements as a poet painter and engraver brought him public notice but little income William Blake in the Desolate Market records how Blake the most original of all the major English poets earned his living GE Bentley Jr the dean of Blake scholars details the poets occupations as a commercial engraver print seller teacher copperplate printer painter publisher and vendor of his own books In his early career as a commercial engraver Blake was modestly prosperous but thereafter his fortunes declined For his most ambitious commercial designs he made hundreds of folio designs and scores of engravings but was paid scarcelythan twenty pounds for two or three years work His invention of illuminated printing lost money and many of his greatest works such as Jerusalem were left unsold at his death He came to believe that his business is not to gather gold but to make glorious shapes William Blake in the Desolate Market is an investigation of Blakes labours to support himself by his arts The changing prices of his works his costs and receipts as well as his patrons and employers are expertly gathered and displayed to show the material side of the artistic career in Britains Romantic period.

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