Calla Lily Watercolor

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(Prints available for purchase on Fine Art America.)

 

Inspired by William Blake’s poem, “The Lilly,” which goes

“The modest Rose puts forth a thorn:
The humble sheep, a threatening horn:
While the Lilly white, shall in Love delight,
Nor a thorn nor a threat stain her beauty bright.”

~

Named after the Greek word “calla,” meaning beauty, this flower Continue reading “Calla Lily Watercolor”

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Review of the Oxford University Press edition of “Songs of Innocence & of Experience” by William Blake

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Virtually unknown during his lifetime, William Blake is now viewed as one of the greatest artists and poets of his or any time, which I enthusiastically agree with. I first came across his work while in school. His poem, “The Chimney Sweeper,” is often taught to illustrate Continue reading “Review of the Oxford University Press edition of “Songs of Innocence & of Experience” by William Blake”

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