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'Mysterious wisdom, won by toil'
This was what the poet W.B. Yeats thought of Samuel Palmer (1805–81) and it probably accords well with our understanding of the artist today. But it was not always so; during his own time he struggled to make a living from his art or to gain recognition beyond a small group of like-minded artists. Two factors significantly shaped...
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