This article comments on the record of exhibition and display of Blake’s works in Britain from 1904 to 1914. It provides two check-lists: one of Blake loan exhibitions held in the UK over that period, the other a record of Blake’s presence on display at the national collection of British art, the Tate Gallery (now Tate Britain) in London. These records suggest the possibility of an as-yet-unwritten account of Blake’s reception history in the twentieth century, based on physical encounter with the works as well as the record of textual commentary.
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Visual Culture in Britain
Taylor & Francis