Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
© 2016 Eleanor C. Jahrling
In my thesis, I explore William Blake's technique of combining word and image in his practice of engraving. The unity of text and image is deeply related to his unique mythology and concept of infinity. Blake's artistic theories and practices, such as his emphasis on the line as the most essential artistic element, are reflective of his understanding of art in relation to human perception and imagination. The interaction of his words and images provides a space of imaginative engagement for the reader, which opens the doors of perception and creates the possibility of revealing infinity.
Jahrling, Eleanor C., "William Blake: Revealing the Lines of Infinity" (2016). Scripps Senior Theses. 867.
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