I was in London again to see the final performance of The Ocean at the End of the Lane at the National Theatre, which was just as good on re-watching.
But before that I went to Tate Britain to see their big William Blake exhibition.Like a lot of popular exhibitions, they seemed to have oversold the tickets so it was very crowded, which was frustrating, but despite that, I did enjoy it.
|Job, his wife and friends 1785|
|The Night of Enitharmon's Joy (previously known as Hecate) 1795|
Seeing so much of the art together I was struck by how modern a lot of the art felt, despite having been created in the late 18th C.
More photos here