Blake and the Language of Art.
Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1984. 8vo, xx, 211 pp, 106 black and white illustrations. Near Fine in original yellow cloth, with a color illustrated dust-jacket in protective acetate cover. First edition. Bentley, BBS, p.672: A useful book arguing that Blake undoubtedly perceived archetypes of gesture and stance in the work of painters and sculptors and used them in his own art as a kind of visual vocabulary.
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