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Portrait by Thomas Phillips
Etching copied from portrait by Thomas Phillips
William Blake
Abel
Tiriel, Plate 2
Christ in the Sepulchre, Guarded by Angels
Und Elohim erschuf Adam (
Satan sch?ºttet die Plagen ?ºber Hiob aus (
Hekate
Jacob's Ladder
Erzengel Raphael mit Adam und Eva (
Der gro?üe Rote Drache und die Frau, mit der Sonne bekleidet
Das Gespenst eines Flohs
Europe, supported by Africa and America
Flagellation of a Female Samboe Slave
A Negro Hung Alive by the Ribs to a Gallows
Malevolence 1799
Naomi entreating Ruth and Orpah to return to the land of Moab, 1795
To the acccuser
Proverbs of Hell (p.1)
Joseph of Arimathea - Among the Rocks of Albion
Inferno, Canto I, 1-90 Dante running from three beasts is rescued by Virgil
Inferno, Canto II, 139-141, Dante and Virgil enter the wood
Inferno, Canto III, 1-10, Dante and Virgil enter Hell
Inferno, Canto IV, 89-95, Homer and the ancient poets
Inferno, Canto V, 37-138, The Whirlwind of Lovers; Francesca da Rimini
Inferno, Canto VI, 12-35, Cerberus
Inferno, Canto VII, 110-127, The Stygian Lake with angry sinners fighting.
Inferno, Canto VIII, 30-64, Virgil repelling Filippo Argenti from the Boat
Inferno, Canto IX, 44-64, The Angel an the Gate of Dis
Inferno, Canto X, 23-70, Dante conversing with Farinata Degli Uberti.
Inferno, Canto XI, 1-15, Scheme of the Circles of Hell
Inferno, Canto XII, 12-28, The Minotaur (Seventh Circle)
Inferno, Canto XIII, 1-45, The Wood of Self-Violators: The Harpies and the Suicides
Inferno, Canto XIV, 46-72, Capaneus the Blasphemer
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Inferno, Canto XXIV, Thieves
Inferno, Canto XXV, 12-33, Centaur Cacus Threatens Vanni Fucci
Inferno, Canto XXVI, 44-71, Ulisses & Diomedes wrapped in the same flame
Inferno, Canto XXXI, Antaeus sets down Dante and Virgil in the 9th circle
Inferno, Canto XXXIII, 13-93, Count Ugolino and his sons in prision
Inferno, Canto XXXIV, 22-64, Lucifer at the last section of the nineth circle
Purgatory, Canto 9, Dante and Virgil before the Angelic Guardian of the Gate of Purgatory
William Blake
William Blake
p.1, Songs Cover
p.2, Innocence_Frontispiece
p.3 Title page of Songs of Innocence (Cambridge copy)
p.4, Innocence Intro
p.5, The Shepherd
p.6, The Echoing Green (a)
p.7, The Echoing Green (b)
p.8, The Lamb (color)
p.8, The Lamb (black & white)
p.9, The Little Black Boy
p.11, The Blossom
p.12, The Chimney Sweeper (1789)
p.13, The Little Boy lost
p.14, The Little Boy found
p.15, Laughing Song
p.16, A Cradle Song (a)
p.17, A Cradle Song (b)
p.18, The Divine Image (1789)
p.19, Holy Thursday
p.20, Night
p.22, Spring (a) (Cambridge copy)
p.23, Spring (b) (Cam)
p.24, Nurse's Song (Cam)
p.25, Infant Joy (Cam)
p.26, Dream (Camb)
p.27, On Another's Sorrow (Cam)
p.28, Experience frontispiece (Cam)
p.29, Experience Title-page (Cam)
p.30, Introduction (Cam)
p.31, Earth's Answer (Cam)
p.32, The Clod & the Pebble (Cam)
p.33, Holy Thursday (1784, Cam)
p.34, The Little Girl Lost (Cam)
p.35 The Little Girl Found (a, Cam)
p.36 The Little Girl Found (b, Cam)
p.45, The Little Vagabond (Cam)
p.37, The Chimney Sweeper
p.38, Nurse's Song (Cam)
p. 39, The Sick Rose
p.40, The Fly
p.41, The Angel (Cam)
p.42, The Tyger
p.43, My Pretty Roses, Sun-Flower, Lilly(Cam)
p.44, The Garden of Love
p.44, The Garden of Love
p.46, London
p.47 The Human Abstract (Cam)
p.48, Infant Sorrow (Cam)
p.49, A Poison Tree
p.50, A Little Boy Lost (Cam)
p.51, A Little Girl Lost (Cam)
p.52, To Tirza (Cambridge copy)
p.53, The Schoolboy (Cambridge copy)
p.54 The Voice of the Ancient Bard (Cambridge copy)
Memorial in London
Gravestone
Portrait by Thomas Phillips
Etching copied from portrait by Thomas Phillips
William Blake
Abel
Tiriel, Plate 2
Und Elohim erschuf Adam ('And God created Adam')
Satan schüttet die Plagen über Hiob aus ('Satan inflicted boils on Job')
Hekate
Jacob's Ladder
Erzengel Raphael mit Adam und Eva ('Archangel Raphael with Adam and Eve')
Der große Rote Drache und die Frau, mit der Sonne bekleidet
Das Gespenst eines Flohs
A Negro Hung Alive by the Ribs to a Gallows
Malevolence 1799
Naomi entreating Ruth and Orpah to return to the land of Moab, 1795
To the acccuser
Proverbs of Hell (p.1)
Joseph of Arimathea - Among the Rocks of Albion
Inferno, Canto I, 1-90 Dante running from three beasts is rescued by Virgil
Inferno, Canto II, 139-141, Dante and Virgil enter the wood
Inferno, Canto III, 1-10, Dante and Virgil enter Hell
Inferno, Canto IV, 89-95, Homer and the ancient poets
Inferno, Canto V, 37-138, The Whirlwind of Lovers; Francesca da Rimini
Inferno, Canto VII, 110-127, The Stygian Lake with angry sinners fighting.
Inferno, Canto VIII, 30-64, Virgil repelling Filippo Argenti from the Boat
Inferno, Canto IX, 44-64, The Angel an the Gate of Dis
Inferno, Canto X, 23-70, Dante conversing with Farinata Degli Uberti.
Inferno, Canto XI, 1-15, Scheme of the Circles of Hell
Inferno, Canto XII, 12-28, The Minotaur (Seventh Circle)
Inferno, Canto XIII, 1-45, The Wood of Self-Violators: The Harpies and the Suicides
Inferno, Canto XIV, 46-72, Capaneus the Blasphemer
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Inferno, Canto XXIV, Thieves
Inferno, Canto XXV, 12-33, Centaur Cacus Threatens Vanni Fucci
Inferno, Canto XXVI, 44-71, Ulisses & Diomedes wrapped in the same flame
Inferno, Canto XXXIII, 13-93, Count Ugolino and his sons in prision
Inferno, Canto XXXIV, 22-64, Lucifer at the last section of the nineth circle
Purgatory, Canto 9, Dante and Virgil before the Angelic Guardian of the Gate of Purgatory
William Blake
William Blake
p.1, Songs Cover
p.2, Innocence_Frontispiece
p.3 Title page of Songs of Innocence (Cambridge copy)
p.4, Innocence Intro
p.5, The Shepherd
p.6, The Echoing Green (a)
p.7, The Echoing Green (b)
p.8, The Lamb (color)
p.8, The Lamb (black & white)
p.9, The Little Black Boy
p.11, The Blossom
p.13, The Little Boy lost
p.14, The Little Boy found
p.15, Laughing Song
p.16, A Cradle Song (a)
p.17, A Cradle Song (b)
p.18, The Divine Image (1789)
p.19, Holy Thursday
p.20, Night
p.22, Spring (a) (Cambridge copy)
p.23, Spring (b) (Cam)
p.25, Infant Joy (Cam)
p.26, Dream (Camb)
p.28, Experience frontispiece (Cam)
p.29, Experience Title-page (Cam)
p.30, Introduction (Cam)
p.32, The Clod & the Pebble (Cam)
p.33, Holy Thursday (1784, Cam)
p.34, The Little Girl Lost (Cam)
p.35 The Little Girl Found (a, Cam)
p.36 The Little Girl Found (b, Cam)
p.45, The Little Vagabond (Cam)
p. 39, The Sick Rose
p.40, The Fly
p.41, The Angel (Cam)
p.42, The Tyger
p.43, My Pretty Roses, Sun-Flower, Lilly(Cam)
p.44, The Garden of Love
p.44, The Garden of Love
p.46, London
p.47 The Human Abstract (Cam)
p.49, A Poison Tree
p.50, A Little Boy Lost (Cam)
p.51, A Little Girl Lost (Cam)
p.52, To Tirza (Cambridge copy)
p.53, The Schoolboy (Cambridge copy)
p.54 The Voice of the Ancient Bard (Cambridge copy)
Gravestone