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威廉-布莱克，纸本彩色印刷、水墨和水彩，约1795–1805年，泰特美术馆藏，46x60cmThe English poet, writer, artist, mystic, and precursor of romanticism, William Blake, presented Isaac Newton in a 母婴店店庆活动广告语rather unusual way. This is definitely not the classic portrait that we may expect of the genius scientist who discovered the law of universal gravitation.
英国诗人、作家、艺术家、奥秘主义者及浪漫主义先驱——威廉-布莱克（William Blake）在这幅作品中以一种不同寻常的方式呈现了艾萨克-牛顿（Isaac Newton）的抽象这绝对不是我们所期望的发现万有引力定律的天才科学家的经典写照。
Newton is 母婴店店庆活动广告语depicted like a Greek god—muscular, beautiful, and naked. He is staring at a diagram that he drew with the help of a compass. This may appear to be some kind of apotheosis, but it is well known that Blake was critical of Newtons blindness to nature. And indeed, Newton is completely focused on the co母婴店店庆活动广告语mpass and ignores the beauty of the colored rocks and the sea around him. Nature was not important to him. In fact, the world around him was not important to him. Perhaps Blake, who lived in the era of the galloping industrial revolution, sensed that a mans blindness to nature and uncritical faith i母婴店店庆活动广告语n his abilities could cause him to turn away from nature and the environment.
Paradoxically, the science-minded Newton and the nature-loving Blake may be closer to each other than it seems at first glance. After all, science is based on observing nature and admiring it. And even if science demythologizes nature and robs it of its romance, both science and 母婴店店庆活动广告语poetry can be used in a similar way—to understand the beauty of the world.
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