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Blake

1. Sir Peter. born 1932, British painter, a leading exponent of pop art in the 1960s: co-founder of the Brotherhood of Ruralists (1969)
2. Quentin (Saxby). born 1932, British artist, illustrator, and children's writer; noted esp for his illustrations to books by Roald Dahl
3. Robert. 1599--1657, English admiral, who commanded Cromwell's fleet against the Royalists, the Dutch, and the Spanish
4. William. 1757--1827, English poet, painter, engraver, and mystic. His literary works include Songs of Innocence (1789) and Songs of Experience (1794), The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (1793), and Jerusalem (1820). His chief works in the visual arts include engravings of a visionary nature, such as the illustrations for The Book of Job (1826), for Dante's poems, and for his own Prophetic Books (1783--1804)
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Network Ten has confirmed that Blake and Sam have ended their engagement, as Blake realised that he and Sam wanted different things from a relationship and have different priorities.
Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O of Kiis FM breakfast were the first to confirm that Blake and Sam are no longer a couple.
Blake and the Hunts had many avenues for information about each other.
Robert Hunt's review of The Grave praised all the artists associated with the edition, except for Blake and Henry Fuseli.
Why would such a historically driven book be called Blake in Our Time?
In August 2010, with both Bentleys in attendance, a Blake in Our Time symposium was held at the University of Toronto.
I can't really say that I'm going to win a Grand Slam or get in the top 10," Blake told Hackett.
Even after landing a modeling contract and acquiring sex symbol status (People magazine named him "Sexiest Male Athlete" last year), Blake just wants people to respect him as a human being--nothing more.
The third of seven children born to a hosier and his wife, Blake established his introspective patterns early.
We wanted to be in a better position to build on the very significant amount of cross-border work that Blakes currently does in this region.
Strange, a Quaker corn chandler who purchased a number of original Blakes at the Butts auction and from the dealer Bohn, decided by 1859 to search "for particulars of his life & works" (709).
The ill-judged permissiveness asks us to accept, nevertheless, that all kinds of references to other works of art by Blake can help in interpretation, so long as they are not seen as references to the mythology; or that equivocal details in a painting should count for more than what we know of Blake's thought from `literary' sources.