William BLAKE

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

 (126 works)

Img Title Date Artist Medium Acc #
The Schismatics and Sowers of Discord: Mohammed The Schismatics and Sowers of Discord: Mohammed (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over pencil and traces of black chalk 1008-3
Lucifer Lucifer (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over pencil and black chalk 1013-3
Job's Sacrifice Job's Sacrifice 1823-1826; 1826 {published} William BLAKE engraving on chine collé 1058.19-3
The Death of The Good Old Man The Death of The Good Old Man (c. 1805-1808); 1813 {printed} Luigi SCHIAVONETTI (etcher); William BLAKE (draughtsman) etching and engraving 2010.254
Cerberus (second version) Cerberus (second version) (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over black chalk and traces of pencil 991-3
Holy Thursday Holy Thursday 1789; 1794 {hand-coloured before} William BLAKE relief etching printed in green ink, text strengthened with blue wash, and finished with watercolour P122.11-1988
The Angel inviting Dante to enter the Fire The Angel inviting Dante to enter the Fire (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over black chalk and traces of pencil, with sponging 1017-3
The Necromancers and Augurs The Necromancers and Augurs (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over black chalk and traces of pencil 1001-3
Ulysses and Diomed swathed in the same Flame Ulysses and Diomed swathed in the same Flame (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over pencil and traces of black chalk 1007-3
Job and his Daughters Job and his Daughters 1823-1826; 1826 {published} William BLAKE engraving on chine collé 1058.21-3
The Devil carrying the Lucchese Magistrate to the Boiling-Pitch Pool of Corrupt Officials The Devil carrying the Lucchese Magistrate to the Boiling-Pitch Pool of Corrupt Officials (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over black chalk and pencil 1002-3
The Symbolic Figure of the Course of Human History described by Virgil The Symbolic Figure of the Course of Human History described by Virgil (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over pencil, with sponging 998-3
Unyoked heifers loitering homeward, low Unyoked heifers loitering homeward, low 1820-1821 William BLAKE wood-engraving 1886-5
Job's evil dreams Job's evil dreams 1823-1826; 1826 {published} William BLAKE engraving on chine collé 1058.12-3
St Peter appears to Beatrice and Dante St Peter appears to Beatrice and Dante (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over black chalk and pencil 1021-3
The Wrath of Elihu The Wrath of Elihu 1823-1826; 1826 {published} William BLAKE engraving on chine collé 1058.13-3
The Lawn with the Kings and Angels The Lawn with the Kings and Angels (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over black chalk and traces of pencil, with sponging 1016-3
The Harlot and the Giant The Harlot and the Giant (1824-1827) William BLAKE pen and ink and watercolour over pencil and black chalk, with sponging 1019-3
Job's Comforters Job's Comforters 1823-1826; 1826 {published} William BLAKE engraving on chine collé 1058.8-3
Menalcas' yearly wake Menalcas' yearly wake 1820-1821 William BLAKE wood-engraving 1883-5