William Blake

"I am willing to pay due respect to the poetry of George Meredith, of Thomas Hardy, of DH Lawrence as part of their oeuvre
Good old William Blake. If the vision-seeing, prophetic poetry writing, mildly bonkers poet and artist were still alive today
William Blake the printer tromps endlessly around London, stout and baby faced like a grimy, windswept William Hague.
Rehearsal footage of the Olympic opening ceremony was removed from YouTube on Wednesday as organisers stepped up efforts
The first time London hosted an Olympic opening ceremony – in 1908 – organisers probably had an easier job keeping the details
Unfinished works by JMW Turner will go on show in an exhibition at Tate Britain. The show will include a series of little
The relationship between mental health and artistic creativity has long been a subject of debate. From Picasso's 'blue period
Probably the most accessible poet of the Romantic period, William Blake the writer (he did a mean line in painting too) is
Death has long been a favourite subject of artists, from William Blake’s tortured ‘wicked man’ to Picasso’s dear Casagemas
This week the exhibition William Blake and British Visionary Art opened at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow. A collaboration between Tate Britain and the Pushkin Museum, supported by the British Council, it is the first exhibition in Russia dedicated to Blake's art and legacy.