William Blake’s “The Sick Rose”

Combining the role of both poet and visual artist, William Blake developed a method of relief etching on copper plates to create brilliant “illuminated” manuscripts.

from Songs of Innocence and Experience, 1789, 1794 (British Museum); image via the William Blake Archive.

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