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The boy’s mama loved him so she set him down; Laid him low with the lonely lamb. He stroke the lamb’s face that wears the frown, The face of one who is afraid of brutal man. The lamb’s white wool clean and bright Like his fair and youthful skin, light. He comforts him on the […] Continue reading
The three images above all deal with some dimension of the likeness between God and mankind. I have arranged them in this order, moving from “The Lamb” to “Holy Thursday” and finishing with “The Divine Image” because I saw a natural sequential development of the course of the three plates. Beginning in “The Lamb,” Blake […] Continue reading