Renowned for his visionary watercolours, prints and drawings, William Blake was one of the seminal artists of the Romantic era. This exhibition will feature work from throughout Blake’s career, including illustrations of Dante’s Divine Comedy, engravings, print series, watercolours and illustrated books of poetry. This collection is rare treat, it is not often exhibited due to the light sensitivity of the material.

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Temporary Exhibitions, Ground Level
180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne 3006

Telephone 03 8620 2222

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Nearby Stations: Flinders St

Price FREE
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Date 04 Apr-31 Aug

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