The first of these two tractates on a single plate offers an anti-classical perspective on morality and concepts of unity in the arts. The second tractate denounces ancient Greece and Rome as tyrannies promoting war and dominion and destroying the imaginative arts. Blake etched in relief and printed all copies (A-F) c. 1822. (Text from the William Blake Archive, with thanks.)
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