[Milton-L] John Martin's _The Last Judgement_
dgay at ualberta.ca
Tue Jun 28 15:50:54 EDT 2011
The Tate Gallery provides this information on a key: "An engraved key
was published in 1855 (by Leggatt, Haward and Leggatt of 79 Cornhill),
identifying the principal figures, among whom are Thomas More, Wesley,
Canute, Colbert, Washington, Copernicus, Newton, Watt, Chaucer, Tasso,
Corneille and Shakespeare." See: http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=9313&searchid=9505&roomid=false&tabview=text&texttype=8
The engraved title page of Blake's MIlton suggests the Last Judgment
seen from behind (hence looking forward as a perceiving subject).
David Gay, Professor of English
Director, Program in Religious Studies
Humanities Centre 4-49
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Canada T6G 2E5
On 28-Jun-11, at 1:25 PM, Michael Gillum wrote:
> I was just looking at this remarkable picture. The Tate's notes, via
> GoogleArt, say that Martin published a key identifying historical
> figures among the saved, including a lot of poets and artists. I
> think I recognize Blake (third row, about four over) but no Milton.
> Anybody spot Milton? Or is the key available somewhere?
> Interesting how the traditional layout of Last Judgements is
> preserved with modification here, and in the notorious contemporary
> picture by Jon McNaughton as well.
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