William BLAKE

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

 (126 works)

  • Vala, Hyle and Skofeld
    Title
    Vala, Hyle and Skofeld
    Production date
    (c. 1820)
    Artist/Maker
    William BLAKE
    Medium
    relief etching and white-line etching printed in orange ink, and finished with watercolour, pen and ink and gold paint
    Accession number
    1026-3
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1920
  • Satan before the Throne of God
    Title
    Satan before the Throne of God
    Production date
    1823-1826; 1826 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    William BLAKE
    Medium
    engraving on chine collé
    Accession number
    1058.3-3
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1920
  • The Divine Image
    Title
    The Divine Image
    Production date
    1789; 1794 {hand-coloured before}
    Artist/Maker
    William BLAKE
    Medium
    relief etching printed in green ink, and finished with watercolour
    Accession number
    P122.3-1988
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1988
  • The School-Boy
    Title
    The School-Boy
    Production date
    1789; 1794 {hand-coloured before}
    Artist/Maker
    William BLAKE
    Medium
    relief etching printed in green ink, and finished with watercolour
    Accession number
    P122.14-1988
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1988
  • Ephialtes and two other Titans
    Title
    Ephialtes and two other Titans
    Production date
    (1824-1827)
    Artist/Maker
    William BLAKE
    Medium
    pen and ink and watercolour over black chalk and pencil
    Accession number
    1011-3
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1920
  • Christ descending into the Grave
    Title
    Christ descending into the Grave
    Production date
    (c. 1805-1808); 1813 {printed}
    Artist/Maker
    Luigi SCHIAVONETTI (etcher); William BLAKE (draughtsman)
    Medium
    etching and engraving
    Accession number
    2010.249
    Credit Line
    Gift of Judith and Graham Ryles OAM in memory of Dr Ursula Hoff AO OBE through the Australian Goverment's Cultural Gifts Program, 2010
  • The Destruction of Job's Son
    Title
    The Destruction of Job's Son
    Production date
    1823-1826; 1826 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    William BLAKE
    Medium
    engraving on chine collé
    Accession number
    1058.4-3
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1920
  • Thenot and Colinet sup together
    Title
    Thenot and Colinet sup together
    Production date
    1820-1821
    Artist/Maker
    William BLAKE
    Medium
    wood-engraving
    Accession number
    1884-5
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1960
  • Title page
    Title
    Title page
    Production date
    1823-1826; 1826 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    William BLAKE
    Medium
    engraving on chine collé
    Accession number
    1058.1-3
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1920
  • Colinet mocked by two boys
    Title
    Colinet mocked by two boys
    Production date
    1820-1821
    Artist/Maker
    William BLAKE
    Medium
    wood-engraving
    Accession number
    1882-5
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1960
  • Thenot under a fruit tree
    Title
    Thenot under a fruit tree
    Production date
    1820-1821
    Artist/Maker
    William BLAKE
    Medium
    wood-engraving
    Accession number
    1874-5
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1960
  • The Soul exploring the recesses of the Grave
    Title
    The Soul exploring the recesses of the Grave
    Production date
    (c. 1805-1808); 1813 {printed}
    Artist/Maker
    Luigi SCHIAVONETTI (etcher); William BLAKE (draughtsman)
    Medium
    etching and engraving
    Accession number
    2010.253
    Credit Line
    Gift of Judith and Graham Ryles OAM in memory of Dr Ursula Hoff AO OBE through the Australian Goverment's Cultural Gifts Program, 2010
  • Los, Enitharmon and Orc
    Title
    Los, Enitharmon and Orc
    Production date
    (c. 1795)
    Artist/Maker
    William BLAKE
    Medium
    colour relief etching printed in opaque pigments, and finished with watercolour and pen and ink
    Accession number
    1027-3
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1920