William BLAKE

Born
28 November 1757 London, England
Died
12 August 1827 London, England
Nationality
English

 (126 works)

Img Title Date Artist Medium Acc #
A family of New South Wales A family of New South Wales 1792 William BLAKE (engraver); Philip Gidley KING (attributed to) (draughtsman) etching and engraving P8-1984
The meeting of a Family in Heaven The meeting of a Family in Heaven (c. 1805-1808); 1813 {printed} Luigi SCHIAVONETTI (etcher); William BLAKE (draughtsman) etching and engraving 2010.250
On Another's Sorrow On Another's Sorrow 1789; 1794 {hand-coloured before} William BLAKE relief etching printed in green ink, text strengthened with blue wash, and finished with watercolour P122.10-1988
Job's Despair Job's Despair 1823-1826; 1826 {published} William BLAKE engraving on chine collé 1058.9-3
The Circle of Falsifiers. Dante and Virgil covering their Noses because of the Stench The Circle of Falsifiers. Dante and Virgil covering their Noses because of the Stench 1826-1827; 1968 {printed} William BLAKE engraving on Japanese paper 1835.6-5
Thenot remonstrates with Colinet, Lightfoot in the distance Thenot remonstrates with Colinet, Lightfoot in the distance 1820-1821 William BLAKE wood-engraving 1875-5
Blasted tree and blighted crops Blasted tree and blighted crops 1820-1821 William BLAKE wood-engraving 1877-5
Fragment of Title page (The Skeleton re-animated) Fragment of Title page (The Skeleton re-animated) (c. 1805-1808); 1813 {printed} Luigi SCHIAVONETTI (etcher); William BLAKE (draughtsman) etching and engraving 2010.256
The Thieves and Serpents The Thieves and Serpents (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over pencil and black chalk, with sponging 1004-3
Geryon conveying Dante and Virgil down towards Malebolge Geryon conveying Dante and Virgil down towards Malebolge (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over pencil and black chalk, with sponging 999-3
The Hell-Hounds hunting the Destroyers of their own Goods The Hell-Hounds hunting the Destroyers of their own Goods (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over black chalk and pencil 996-3
Sabrina's silvery flood Sabrina's silvery flood 1820-1821 William BLAKE wood-engraving 1879-5
The Complaint, and the Consolation: or, Night Thoughts The Complaint, and the Consolation: or, Night Thoughts 1797 William BLAKE book: 43 hand-coloured etched and engraved plates, letterpress, 112 pages, gilt-embossed cardboard and leather cover, stitched binding P183-1989
Colinet resting at Cambridge by night Colinet resting at Cambridge by night 1820-1821 William BLAKE wood-engraving 1881-5
Job accepting Charity Job accepting Charity 1823-1826; 1826 {published} William BLAKE engraving on chine collé 1058.20-3
The Schismatics and Sowers of Discord: Mosca de' Lamberti and Bertrand de Born The Schismatics and Sowers of Discord: Mosca de' Lamberti and Bertrand de Born (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over pencil, with sponging 1009-3
Job rebuked by his Friends Job rebuked by his Friends 1823-1826; 1826 {published} William BLAKE engraving on chine collé 1058.11-3
The Goddess of Fortune The Goddess of Fortune (1824-1827) William BLAKE pencil, black chalk, watercolour and ink 993-3
The Voice of the Ancient Bard The Voice of the Ancient Bard 1789; 1794 {hand-coloured before} William BLAKE relief etching printed in green ink, text strengthened with blue wash, and finished with watercolour P122.12-1988
Job and his Wife restored to Prosperity Job and his Wife restored to Prosperity 1823-1826; 1826 {published} William BLAKE engraving on chine collé 1058.22-3