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Illustrations to Young"s Night thoughts

William Blake

Illustrations to Young"s Night thoughts

by William Blake

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Published by Printed for the Fogg Museum of Art in Cambridge, Massachusetts, by the Press at Harvard College, Oxford University Press in [Cambridge, Mass.], London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blake, William, 1757-1827,
  • Young, Edward, 1683-1765. -- Illustrations,
  • White, William Augustus, 1843-1927 -- Art collections

  • Edition Notes

    Statementdone in water-colour by William Blake; thirty pages, five reproduced in colour and twenty-five in monotone, from the original water-colours in the library of William Augustus White, with an introductory essay by Geoffrey Keynes.
    ContributionsKeynes, Geoffrey, Sir, 1887-, White, William Augustus, 1843-1927., Harvard College (1780- ). Press,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNC1115 .B69
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[18] p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6708859M
    LC Control Number27025826
    OCLC/WorldCa1348937

    - Explore 4dcabello's board "Illustrations for the Young Mind", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Illustration art, Illustration and ArtK pins. Designs for Edward Youngs Night Thoughts JASON SNART W ven the most casual familiar-ity with the work of William Blake () is likely to leave the im-pression that it is, at times, visually repet-itive. One could easily get the sense that Blake's visual inventiveness was relative-ly limited, regardless of his fertile poetic imagination.

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In the s, when this edition of Young's "Night Thoughts" was originally published, William Blake was relatively unknown, and Edward Young was one of the best known English writers in the world. Blake was contracted to provide illustrations for Young's most popular work.

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Get this from a library. William Blake's illustrations to Edward Young's Night thought: context, christology and composite work.

[Karen Mulhallen; University of Toronto.]. Blake worked on illustrations for an edition of Edward Young’s Night Thoughts between andthough he engraved only forty three of the five hundred and thirty seven water-colour designs he made for the poem.

The first part of Young’s illustrated text, containing forty three of Blake’s engravings, was published in   Illustrations to Edward Young’s Night Thoughts, Object All the water colors may not have been completed by the spring ofbut Blake began at that time to etch and engrave a selection of forty-three designs illustrating the first four Nights.

Edward Young () was an English poet, best remembered for Night Thoughts. Young is said to have been a brilliant talker. Although Night Thoughts is long and disconnected, it abounds in brilliant isolated passages.

Its success was enormous. It was translated into French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish and : Media in category "William Blake's illustrations to Young's Night Thoughts" The following 96 files are in this category, out of 96 total.

William Blake - Young's Night Thoughts, Title Page, "Night the First, on Life, Death and Immortality.". Young's Night thoughts [Edward Young] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Edward Young's masterpiece Night Thoughts emerged from obscurity by being mentioned in Edmund Blunden's World War One memoir, Undertones of War (), as a source of comfort during time in the trenches.

This latter work emerged from the darkness of the more recent past thanks to its mention and discussion in Paul Fussell's The Great War and. Young's Night Thoughts Edward Young. Literature/Poetry; Its been a long time since Ive been really creeped out by big finish audio but Im listening to Night Thoughts by Edward Young for the first time, and boy, this audio really hits it on the nail on how to be creepy.

Yes, keep me informed of new book releases & exclusive updates!/5(). Young's Night Thoughts Introduction - 5 -p. 95). This was effectively a long commentary on ColossiansSet your affections on things above, not on things on the earth.

As for the manner of composition, we can easily imagine Young quelling his sorrow,File Size: KB. Edward Young’s Night Thoughts, with Illustrations by William Blake. (Book Review) In late William Blake was commissioned by the publisher Richard Edwards to produce watercolor designs for a planned illustrated edition of the then-popular poem by Edward Young entitled.

Night Thoughts illustrations are still largely unpublished and are in the Print Room of the British Museum. The generality of Young's diction gave Blake considerable freedom in illustrating it, and the fact that Blake supplemented his author's text with ideas of his own is apparent upon even a cursory glance through the Night Thoughts series.

Thoughts Sermon Illustrations. Our Thoughts. Our thoughts make us. They are the silent builders on the temple of character we are rearing. They give color and form to the whole building. If we think truly, we are rearing a fabric whiter than Parian marble.

If our thoughts are. Night Thoughts: The Poem by Edward Young Illustrated with Watercolours by William Blake.

Commentary by Robin Hamlyn. London: Folio Society, 3 vols., boxed:, xx + pp. US$ Reviewed by Karen Mulhallen THIS set of reproductions by the Folio Society is the third publication in book form of William Blake's watercolor. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project : Edward Young.

Illustrations Night Thoughts Page Sale. We have large selection of Illustrations Night Thoughts Page for sale direct online. Including Illustrations Night Thoughts Page from major brands at Ebay. For any Illustrations Night Thoughts Page questions. contact us for Illustrations Night Thoughts Page.

Jonas Mekas, visiting the publisher of this paper, noticed on Phong Bui’s desk this small calf-bound book: Edward Young: The Complaint; or Night Thoughts on Life, Death and Immortality.

To which are added The Last Day, A Poem. And A Paraphrase on Part of the Book of Job. (Brookfield, E. Merriam &. Being a massive AC/DC fan The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC is a fabulous insite into the band brilliantly written and well researched.

From the beginning of this incredibly interesting book the comparison of million dollars worth of art and Back In Black, $ on iTunes a Riff which does more for me than mega art just goes to show /5. William Blake - William Blake - Marriage to Catherine Boucher: In Blake fell in love with Catherine Sophia Boucher (–), the pretty, illiterate daughter of an unsuccessful market gardener from the farm village of Battersea across the River Thames from London.

The family name suggests that they were Huguenots who had fled religious persecution in France. Liverpool: The Liverpool Booksellers Co., Biography LIMITED FIRST EDITION.

Small quarto 28 x 21cm, pp. 6 14 5 ; 2 The first part printed and paginated to recto of each leaf only. Number of copies of the first edition, hand-numbered to verso of flyleaf. With a copper engraved frontispiece with tissue guard, as well as engravings accompanying 'Night Thoughts,' all by Blake.‘Night the Second’ title-page A peculiar feature of the edition of Night Thoughts is that some copies contain an early state of the title-page for ‘Night the Second’ of Young’s poem (fig.

3). This state has been discussed in the introduction to the Clarendon Press edition of Night Thoughts. 7 ibid., pp. 21 ff., It is the third of the four states of the engraving and is most.Other articles where Night Thoughts is discussed: Edward Young: author of The Complaint: or, Night Thoughts (–45), a long, didactic poem on death.

The poem was inspired by the successive deaths of his stepdaughter, in ; her husband, in ; and Young’s wife, in The poem is a blank-verse dramatic monologue of nea lines, divided into nine.