By John Clubbe, Ernest J. Lovell Jr
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In The Prelude he imagines himself as one gliding in a boat over 'a still water', looking down and solacing himself With such discoveries as his eye can make Beneath him in the bottom of the deep, and seeing 'many beauteous sights'. 'Such pleasant office', he concludes, 'have we long pursued / Incumbent o'er the surface of past time / With like success' (Prelude, IV, 11. 258-61, 271-3). Blake described his visions - his pictures in the mind - in verbal terms, and these pictures, in one sense, are not usually pictures of anything Blake had seen with his vegetative eye.
22 Whatever excellences picturesque painting may have, they are those of'an inferior order, . . incompatible with the Grand Style'. By contrast, Blake assures Butts, the drawings and pictures he had sent to him were the product of 'my Head & my Heart in Blake and the Nature oj Perception 23 Unison' (BL, 58), a phrase reminiscent (perhaps fortuitously) of Wordsworth's 'sweet counsels between head and heart' (Prelude, XI, l. 353). Blake in the same letter apologizes for his delay in finishing his miniature of Mrs Butts: 'Portrait Painting is the direct contrary to Designing & Historical Painting in every respect.
Every body does not see alike', he claimed in the letter to Trusler (BL, 30), and he himself could see the sun not as a round disk somewhat like a guinea but as a heavenly host of choiring angels. In The Marriage, once the cherub with his flaming sword left his guard at the tree oflife, everything would appear as it is, 'infinite and holy' (BPP, 38). Similarly, Wordsworth in his 'Prospectus' announces that he would teach all men to find 'Paradise', the condition of Eden, as 'a simple produce of the common day' (1.
English Romanticism: The Grounds of Belief by John Clubbe, Ernest J. Lovell Jr