Blake Quarterly

“Then patient wait a little while”: Blake Comes to the Getty

The Blake Archive recently published “The Phoenix to Mrs. Butts,” and it occurs to me that this post deserves the title “The Phoenix to Mr. Getty,” since it concerns an exhibition that has been longer in the making than anyone could have anticipated. Next month, the Getty Center in Los Angeles will unveil William Blake: Visionary, postponed from 2020, when it was scheduled after the show at Tate Britain.

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William Blake: Apprentice and Master

An exhibition curated by the Blake scholar Michael Phillips is opening at the Ashmolean in just over a month and will run until March. It will contain works from a number of institutions, as well as a recreation of Blake’s studio from his time at Hercules Buildings in Lambeth. There are lots of associated events being planned, most notably an Inspired by Blake festival in Oxford for two weeks in January.

Many thanks to Theresa Nicolson at the Ashmolean for sending us the flier:



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