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Literary Anecdotes of the Nineteenth Century: Contributions Towards a Literary History of the Period

By W. Robertson Nicoll; Thomas J. Wise | Go to book overview
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PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM BLAKE Frontispiece.

This Portrait of William Blake is after the original finished oil sketch from the life, and not from the more highly elaborated picture which Phillips afterwards produced, and which is now in the National Portrait Gallery. This life-sized sketch was exhibited at the Burlington Fine Arts Club Blake Exhibition, and is now in the possession of a private collector, who has allowed the use of the plate etched for him by the late poet-painter William Bell Scott. This work is one of the strongest and most characteristic of Scott's etchings, which, for purposes such as the present, possess the unusual value of having been done on steel with the burin and not on copper with the point. Save through a few proofs circulated in Scott's lifetime, the plate is totally unknown.

Part of Mrs. Browning's Opinion on Tennyson , revised by R. H. Home. Fac-simile of the original Manuscript. 39
Sonnet Birth and Death by Thomas Wade. Fac-simile of the original Holograph 71
Wade's Contention of Death and Love. From the rare original in the Library of Mr. Buxton Forman 123
Wade's Helena. From a copy of the rare original in the Library of Mr. Buxton Forman141
Commencement of the first sheet of Landor's The Mother's Tale. Facsimile of the original Manuscript 179
Landor's Dream of Youth and Beauly. Fac-simile of a portion of the Holograph 212
Letter from W. S. Landor to Lady Blessington. Fac-simile of the last page 226
Landor's Poem "What is really my Belief?" Fac-simile of the Holograph 230

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