- Summaries (1)
The events surrounding the great Artist William Blake's only ever public exhibition of paintings which occurred in London's Soho in 1809. Told through the eyes of his devoted wife Catherine, it explores the tragedy of a genius misunderstood and ridiculed in his own time and depicts how they are ultimately redeemed by the faith and love they have for one another.
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