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Cidade Universitária

Bairro Camobi

Santa Maria - RS

97105-900

Localização

Centro de Artes e Letras

Prédio 40

(55) 3220-8482

(55) 3220-8986

 Blake Phillips Collection

 

Acervo Michael Phillips  Michael Phillips Collection 
 O Acervo Michael Phillips, composto de livros e periódicos dedicados à obra poética e pictórica e à crítica de William Blake e ao período romântico inglês, recebeu o nome deste pesquisador devido ao seu trabalho crítico, técnico e artístico no que concerne à obra de Blake. De Fevereiro a Julho de 2011, o professor Enéias Farias Tavares, professor adjunto do Departamento de Letras Clássicas e Linguística do curso de Letras da UFSM, teve a oportunidade de trabalhar com Phillips em Edimburgo, York e Londres, com financiamento da bolsa sanduíche Capes PDEE, concedida pelo PPGL da mesma instituição. Em Fevereiro de 2012, Tavares adquiriu de Phillips parte do seu acervo pessoal, acervo que comporá uma das maiores coleções brasileiras dedicados à obra e à crítica dos livros de Blake. Composto tanto dos livros e impressos enviados por Michael Phillips quanto do acervo pessoal de Enéias Tavares, o Acervo compreende, até a presente data, os seguintes itens: The Michael Phillips Collection, consisting of books and documents dedicated to the work of William Blake and the English Romantic period, received this name due to the critical, technical and artistic work of Professor Michael Phillips. From February to July 2011, Enéias Farias Tavares, Professor of the Department of Classics and Linguistics at UFSM, had the opportunity to work with him in Edinburgh, York and London, with funding from the sandwich scholarship CAPES/PDEE. In February 2012, Tavares acquired part of Phillips personal collection of books, set of materials that composes today one of the largest Brazilian collections dedicated to the work and criticism of Blake. Composed of both the books sent by Phillips as well as the personal collection of books, journals and documents of Tavares, the Collection presents today:
163 livros 163 books
36 periódicos 36 journals
Registro fotográfico de uma seção de impressão dos livros iluminados na Sociedade dos Gravadores de Edimburgo utilizando as placas de cobre gravadas com ácidos recriadas por Phillips Photographic record of a printing section of the illuminated books in the Edinburgh Printmakers Workshop of the printing relief-etched copper plates re-created by Phillips
2 chapas de cobre gravadas com ácidos das "Canções de Inocência" recriadas por Phillips relief-etched copper plates of Songs of Innocence recreated by Phillips
1 chapa de cobre gravada com ácidos de "Matrimônio do Céu e Inferno" recriada por Tavares na Mollege College de Londres relief-etched copper plate of Marriage of Heaven and Hell recreated by Tavares in Mollege College of London
16 lâminas impressas das Canções de Blake, recriadas por Phillips e impressas por ele e por Enéias Tavares 16 pages of Songs of Innocence and Experience, recreated by Phillips and printed by Phillips and Tavares

 

Em 2015, depois da publicação de seu livro Blake and The Terror e da exposição das obras do artista que ele está organizando para o Ashmolean Museum, Phillips enviará o restante de seu acervo. Esse compreenderá mais duas centenas de livros, a coleção completa de Blake Illustrated Quartely, o mais respeitado periódico dedicado ao assunto, exemplares de outros periódicos, como o Studies in Romanticism, chapas em cobre de América, Europa e Jerusalém, e mais uma conjunto de impressões. Se com o atual acervo, o Fundo Documental contém o maior conjunto de obras críticas dedicadas à obra de Blake no Brasil, prevemos que a partir de 2015, a UFSM comporte o maior acervo da América Latina tanto de bibliografia crítica como de materiais relacionados à obra de Blake e recriados por Phillips. O público alvo deste acervo será professores, tradutores, especialistas, alunos e interessados nos livros e na arte de Blake. Se você deseja visitar o acervo, veja as informações abaixo.

 

In 2015, after the publication of Blake and the Terror and the exhibition of works by the artist that he is organizing for the Ashmolean Museum, Phillips will send to Tavares another set of books, prints and plates. This will include over two hundred books, the complete collection of Blake Quarterly Illustrated, the most respected journal devoted to Blake’s oeuvre, copies of other journals such as Studies in Romanticism, and other copper plates and prints re-created by him.If the current Michael Phillips Collection contains the largest collection of critical works dedicated to Blake's art in Brazil, we expect that in 2015, UFSM will have the largest collection of Latin America. The target audience of this collection will be teachers, translators, experts, and students interested in the books and the art of Blake. If you wish to visit the collection, see information below.

 

 

Endereço Provisório do Acervo

Universidade Federal de Santa Maria

Av. Roraima, 1000.

Centro de Educação.

Sala 3320B

 

Agendamento

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Fone: (55) 3220 8986 – Departamento de Letras Clássicas e Linguística

 

Lista de Obras Disponível no Acervo:

 

1. PHILLIPS, Michael. William Blake, The Creation the Songs of Innocence and of Experience, From Manuscript to Illuminated Printing. Princeton University Press, 2000.

2.BLAKE, William. An Island in the Moon. A Facsimile of the Manuscript Introduced, Transcribed and Annotated by Michael Phillips. Cambridge University Press, 1987.

3.BLAKE, William. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. Edited with an Introduction and Commentary by Michael Phillips. University of Chicago Press, 2010.

4.BLAKE, William. Songs of Innocence and of Experience. Edited with a Commentary by Robert N. Essick. San Marino, CA:  Huntington Library Press, 2009.

5.BLAKE, William. Song of Innocence and of Experience. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Andrew Lincoln. Blake’s Illuminated Books Vol. 2. The William Blake Trust/Princeton University Press, 1991.

6.GARDNER, Stanley. The Tyger, The Lamb, and the Terrible Desert: Songs of Innocence and of Experience in its time and circumstance. London: Cygnus Arts & Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1998.

7.GLECKNER, Robert F. GREENBERG, Mark L. (ed.) Approaches to Teaching Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience. Modern Language Association of America, New York, 1989.

8.Jean H. Hagstrum, William Blake, Poet and Painter: An Introduction to the Illuminated Verse (1964).

9.William Blake, The Early Illuminated Books, eds. Morris Eaves, Robert N. Essick and Joseph Viscomi. Volume 3 William Blake’s Illuminated Books (The William Blake Trust/Princeton University Press, 1993).

10.William Blake, The Continental Prophecies, ed. D. W. Dorrbecker, Volume 4 William Blake’s Illuminated Books (The William Blake Trust/Princeton University Press, 1995).

11.E. S. Lumsden, The Art of Etching (1925).

12.Anthony Gross, Etching, Engraving, & Intaglio Printing (New York: Oxford University Press, 1970), esp. chaps. 1-7, pp. 1-66.

13.Michael Phillips, ‘The Printing of Blake’s America a Prophecy,’ Print Quarterly, XXI, No. 1 (March, 2004), pp. 18-38.

14.Michael Phillips, ‘No 13 Hercules Buildings, Lambeth: William Blake’s Printmaking Workshop and Etching-Painting Studio Recovered,’ The British Art Journal, V, No. 1  (Spring, 2004), pp. 13-21.

15.Robert N. Essick, William Blake Printmaker (Princeton, 1980).

16.Michael Phillips, ‘Blake and the Terror 1792-1793’, The Library, Sixth Series, Vol. 16, no. 4 (December 1994), pp.263-297.

17.An Oxford Companion to the Romantic Age, ed. Iain McCalman (OUP, 1999),  

18.Selected Poems of William Blake, ed. F W Bateson (1965)

19.Michael Phillips, William Blake Recherches Pour Une Biographie Six Etudes (Paris: College de France, 1995),  

20.Joseph H Wicksteed, Blake’s Innocence and Experience A Study of the Songs and Manuscripts (1928), the classic study,  

21.The Mind and Art of Henry Fuseli Selections from his writings  with an Introductory Note by Eudo Mason (1951), the standard selection of Fuseli,  

22.David W. Lindsay, Blake: Songs of Innocence and Experience (1989),  

23.Blake and Swedenborg Opposition is True Friendship: The Sources of William Blake’s Arts in the Writings of Emanuel Swedenborg, eds. Bellin and Ruhl (1985)

24.John W. Ehrstine, William Blake’s Poetical Sketches (Washington State University Press, 1967)

25.Exhibition catalogue: William Blake Le Genie Visionnaire du Romantism Anglais, ed. Michael Phillips (Paris: Petit Palais, 2009)  

26.Colby Library Journal Special William Blake Issue, Vol XIII, No 2 (June 1977)

27.Dominic Hyland, York Notes on Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience (Longman Literature Guides, 1982)

28.The Book Collector, Autumn 1987, Report of the William Blake Trust,

29.Exhibition catalogue: Willian Blake A Loan Exhibition National Library of Scotland, 1969

30.John Beer, William Blake in series Writers and their Works (1982)

31.C H Collins Baker, Catalogue of William Blake’s Drawings and Paintings in the Huntington Library (1969)

32.Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 4 vols special Blake numbers or papers, 1957, 1960, 1963 and 1966

33.Blake Newsletter Twenty, Spring 1972, A Handlist of the Works by William Blake in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum, ed. G E Bentley, Jr. The standard checklist of the BMPD collection.

34.James Rovira, Blake and Kierkegaard Creation and Anxiety (2010)

35.Joseph Viscomi, Blake and the Idea of the Book (Princeton, 1993)

36.William Blake’s Writings, ed. Bentley, 2 vols (Oxford, 1978)

37.James King, William Blake His Life, 1991

38.The Notebook of William Blake, ed. D V Erdman (Oxford UP, 1973)  

39.Interpreting Blake, ed. Phillips (CUP, 1979)

40.Jerome McGann, Social Valume and Poetic Acts: The Historical Judgement of Literature (Harvard UP, 1988) 

41.Kerrison Preston, Blake and Rosetti (1944)

42.New Oxford Book of Romantic Period Verse, ed. McGann (OUP, 1993),  

43.W Jackson Bate, The Burden of the Past and the English Poet (Chatto & Windus, 1971)

44.Lawrence Lipking, The Life of the Poet Beginning and Ending Poetic Careers (Chicago, 1984)

45.Keith Schuchard, Why Mrs Blake Cried (Century, 2006)

46.E D Hirsh, Jr, Innocence and Experience An Introduction to Blake (Yale UP, 1964)

47.Stuart Curran, Poetic Form and British Romanticism (OUP, 1986)

48.Andrew V. Ettin, Literature and the Pastoral (Yale UP, 1984)

49.Robert F. Gleckner, The Piper and the Bard A Study of William Blake (Wayne State UP, 1959)

50.Hazard Adams ed., Critical Essays on William Blake (G K Hall, 1991)  

51.Paul Alpers, The Singer of the Eclogues A Study of Virgilian Pastoral (California UP, 1979)

52.William Empson, Some Versions of Pastoral  (New Directions paperback, 1968)

53.Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, The Green Cabinet Theocritus and the European Pastoral Lyric (California UP, 1973) 

54.Northrop Frye, Fearful Symmetry A Study of William Blake (Princeton UP, 1947), first edition hardcover

55.Miller, Bracher, Ault, eds, Critical Paths Blake and the Argument of Method (Duke UP, 1987)

56.DiSalvo, Rosso, Hobson, eds., Blake, Politics, and History (Wellsley Studies in Critical Theory, Garland, 1998)

57.Alicia Ostriker, Vision and Verse in William Blake ( Wisconson UP, 1965)

58.Martin K. Nurmi, William Blake (Hutchinson, 1975)

59.Michael Ferber, The Social Vision of William Blake (Princeton UP, 1985)

60.Leslie Tannenbaum, Biblical Tradition in Blake’s Early Prophecies The Great Code of Art (Princeton UP, 1982)

61.Morton D. Paley, Energy and the Imagination A study of the development of Blake’s thought (OUP, 1970)

62.Nelson Hilton, Essential Articles for the Study of William Blake, 1970-1984 (Archon Books, 1986)

63.Susan Fox, Poetic Form in Blake Milton (Princeton 1976) 

64.Morton D Paley ed., Twentieth Century Interpretations of Songs of Innocence and of Experience (Prentice Hall, 1969)

65.Thomas R. Frosch, The Awakening of Albion The Renovation of the Body in the Poetry of William Blake ( Cornell UP,1974), ex library

66.Morchard Bishop, Blake’s Hayley (Gollancz, 1951)

67.Zachary Leader, Reading Blake’s Songs (Routledge, 1981)

68.Shelley Bennett, Thomas Stothard The Mechanisms of Art Patronage in England circa 1800 (Missouri UP, 1988)

69.S. Foster Damon, Blake’s Job (Brown UP, 1966), first edition, hardcover  

70.S. Foster Damon, A Blake Dictionary (Brown UP, 1965), hardcover first edition,  

71.S. Foster Damon, William Blake His Philosophy and Symbols (Constable and Co., 1924), hardcover, first edition

72.Morton D. Paley, William Blake (Phaidon, 1978)

73.Jackie DiSalvo, War of Titans Blake’s Critique of Milton and the Politics of Religion (Pittsburgh UP, 1983)

74.David Worcester, The Art of Satire (Harvard, 1940)

75.David Wagenknecht, Blake’s Night William Blake and the Idea of Pastoral (Harvard UP, 1973)

76.Mark Schorer, William Blake The Politics of Vision (Henry Holt & Co, 1946)

77.Morris Eaves, The Counter-Arts Conspiracy Art and Industry in the Age of Blake (Cornell UP, 1992)

78.Morris Eaves, William Blake’s Theory of Art (Princeton UP, 1982)

79.Clark Emery, Blake’s The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (Miami UP, 1963)

80.Erdman and Grant eds., Blake’s Visionary Forms Dramatic (Princeton UP, 1970)

81.Peter F. Fisher, The Valley of Vision Blake as Prophet and Revolutionary (Toronto UP repr, 1971),

82.George Mills Harper, The Neoplatonism of William Blake (North Carolina UP, 1961)

83.Johnson and Grant, eds., Blake’s Poetry and Designs, Second Edition (Norton, 2008) 

84.W H Stevenson, ed, Blake The Complete Poems, Third Edition (Longman, 2007) 

85.Alicia Ostriker, William Blake The Complete Poems (Penquin, 1977)

86.Ruthven Todd, Tracks in the Snow Studies in English Science and Art (Grey Walls Press, 1946)

87.Harold Bloom, Blake’s Apocalypse A Study in Poetic Argument (Gollancz, 1963)

88.Michael Ferber, The Poetry of William Blake (Penquin Critical Studies, 1991)

89.Nicholas M. Jones, ed, Palgrave Advances in William Blake Studies (Palgrave, 2006)

90.Facsimile of Princeton University Library copy of Songs of Innocence and of Experience, c. 1815 (Franklin Library limited edition, 1980)

91.Facsimile of Lessing J. Rosenwald copy in Library of Congress, c. 1826, Songs of Innocence and of Experience. Shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul, 1789 . 1794. Introduction and commentary by G.Keynes.  (Rupert Hart-Davis and The Trianon Press, 1967)

92.Robert F. Gleckner, Blake and Spenser (Johns Hopkins UP, 1985)

93.Robert F. Gleckner, Blake’s Prelude Poetical Sketches (Johns Hopkins UP, 1982)

94.Morton D Paley, The Continuing City William Blake’s Jerusalem (OUP, 1983)

95.Margaret M Lowery, Windows of the Morning A Critical Study of William Blake’s Poetical Sketches, 1783 (1940, Archon Books, repr. 1970)

96.Brian Wilkie and Mary Lynn Johnson, Blake’s Four Zoas The Design of a Dream (Harvard UP, 1978)

97.Nelson Hilton, Literal Imagination Blake’s Vision of Words (California UP, 1983), hardcover,  

98.John Adlard, The Sports of Cruelty Fairies, Folk-songs, Charms and other Country Matters in the work of William Blake (Cecil & Amelia Woolf, 1972).

99.B H Fairchild, Such Holy Song Music as Idea, Form, and Image in the Poetry of William Blake (Kent State UP, 1980).

100.Donald Ault, Narrative Unbound Re-Visioning William Blake’s The Four Zoas (Station Hill Press, 1987).

101.Andrew Lincoln, Spiritual History A Reading of William Blake’s Vala, or The Four Zoas (OUP, 1995).

102.Geoffrey Keynes, ed. Drawings of William Blake 92 Pencil Studies (Dover, 1970), paperback

103.Christopher Heppner, Reading Blake’s Designs (Cambridge UP, 1995), hardcover

104.Deirdre Coleman and Peter Otto, Symposium on Romanticism (Blake), (Centre for British Studies, University of Adelaide, 1990), paperback

105.John Beer, William Blake A Literary Life (Palgrave, 2005), hardcover,  

106.Exhibition catalogue: William Blake, Visiones de mundos eternos (1757-1827), 2 February – 7 April 1996. Sala de Exposiciones de la Fundacion “la Caixa’ (Madrid, 1996, 262 pp. lavishly illustrated in colour including a number of facsimiles of illuminated books.

 

 



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