William Blake’s Watercolour Inventions in Illustration of The Grave by Robert Blair; Edited with Essays and Commentary by Martin Butlin and an Essay on the Poem by Morton D. Paley. Robert. Blake Blair, William.
William Blake’s Watercolour Inventions in Illustration of The Grave by Robert Blair; Edited with Essays and Commentary by Martin Butlin and an Essay on the Poem by Morton D. Paley.
William Blake’s Watercolour Inventions in Illustration of The Grave by Robert Blair; Edited with Essays and Commentary by Martin Butlin and an Essay on the Poem by Morton D. Paley.
William Blake’s Watercolour Inventions in Illustration of The Grave by Robert Blair; Edited with Essays and Commentary by Martin Butlin and an Essay on the Poem by Morton D. Paley.
William Blake’s Watercolour Inventions in Illustration of The Grave by Robert Blair; Edited with Essays and Commentary by Martin Butlin and an Essay on the Poem by Morton D. Paley.
William Blake’s Watercolour Inventions in Illustration of The Grave by Robert Blair; Edited with Essays and Commentary by Martin Butlin and an Essay on the Poem by Morton D. Paley.

William Blake’s Watercolour Inventions in Illustration of The Grave by Robert Blair; Edited with Essays and Commentary by Martin Butlin and an Essay on the Poem by Morton D. Paley.

[N. P.]: The William Blake Trust, 2009. William Blake. Facsimile. Folio, 95pp. Original quarter-maroon calf with black moiré silk-covered boards, with gilt lettered maroon-morocco label to top board, the spine also stamped in gilt; tongue and strap portfolio in full maroon calf containing 19 watercolours reproduced in facsimile, mounted within framing lines on heavy beige paper, black moiré silk-covered double slipcase; illustrated throughout with colour reproductions of watercolour drawings, as well as engravings. As new. Item #24

Copy VIII of the de luxe edition, limited to 36 copies. From the announcement: “These watercolour designs, which disappeared from the public eye from 1836-2001, came to light in a Glasgow bookshop, and were [later] offered as an entity to institutions and collectors at a price which, as it turned out, none could afford, or at least, was prepared to pay. Eventually, in the face of much protest, the portfolio and the 19 designs were offered for sale in 20 separate lots at Sotheby’s, New York, in 2006. The drawings are now widely dispersed and it is most unlikely that they will ever again be seen together.”.

Price: $7,000.00

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