BLAKE, William
English artist (b. 1757, London, d. 1827, London)
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Lear Grasping a Sword
c.1780
Pen and watercolor on paper, 94 x 77 mm
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


Oberon, Titania and Puck with Dancing Fairies
c. 1786
Pencil and watercolour on paper, 475 x 675 mm
Tate Gallery, London


The Ancient of Days
1793
Etching, pen, ink, watercolour on paper
Stapleton Historical Collection, London


Nebuchadnezzar
1795
Copper engraving with pen and ink and watercolour, 446 x 620 mm
Tate Gallery, London


Isaac Newton
1795
Copper engraving with pen and ink and watercolour, 460 x 600 mm
Tate Gallery, London


Hecate or the Three Fates
c. 1795
Pen and ink with watercolour, 439 x 581 mm
Tate Gallery, London


Elohim Creating Adam
1795
Watercolour, 420 x 535 mm
Tate Gallery, London


Los Entering the Grave
1804-20
Etching with pen, watercolour and gold, 220 x 160 mm
Yale Center for British Art, New Haven


Albion, Symbolic Figure
1794-96
Copper engraving, colour print, 253 x 188 mm
British Museum


The Descent of Christ
1804-20
Etching with pen, watercolour and gold, 219 x 159 mm
Yale Center for British Art, New Haven


Los
1804-20
Etching with pen, watercolour and gold, 146 x 222 mm
Yale Center for British Art, New Haven


Job Confessing his Presumption to God who Answers from the Whirlwind
1803-05
Pen, ink and watercolour over pencil on paper, 393 x 330 mm
National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh


The Resurrection
c. 1805
Pen, ink, watercolour, 412 x 300 mm
Victoria and Albert Museum, London


Adam and Eve Sleeping
1808
Pen and watercolor on paper, 492 x 387 mm
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


Christ as the Redeemer of Man
1808
Pen and watercolour, 496 x 393 mm
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


Satan Watching the Caresses of Adam and Eve
1808
Pen and watercolor on paper, 505 x 380 mm
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


Elisha in the Chamber on the Wall
c. 1820
Sepia wash over pencil, 243 x 210 mm
Tate Gallery, London


The Book of Job: When the Morning Stars Sang Together
1820
Watercolour, 280 x 179 mm
The Morgan Library and Museum, New York


Job and his Daughters
1823-26
Copper engraving, 217 x 170 mm
Tate Gallery, London


The Lovers' Whirlwind, Francesca da Rimini and Paolo Malatesta
1824-27
Pen and ink and watercolour, 374 x 530 mm
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham


Songs of Innocence (Title page)
1825
Relief etching, handpainted with watercolour and gold, 152 x 140 mm
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York





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