Now widely celebrated for his boundless imagination and unique vision, the printmaker, painter, and poet William Blake (British, 1757–1827) spent his life in relative obscurity.

Beyond his traditional printmaking work, he employed innovative graphic techniques to combine his poetry and images. In this way he responded to the revolutions, political and economic repression, wars, and social unrest of his turbulent era, often veiling his criticisms in a complex and deeply personal mythology to avoid persecution by the British government.

This exhibition explores themes in Blake’s life and career through some of his most acclaimed works, which have perplexed, delighted, and astonished for over two hundred years.

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