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William Blake | The First Book of Urizen | 1794  | The Morgan Library & Museum

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Jacob's Ladder - William Blake Start Date: c.1799 Completion Date:c.1806 Technique: pencil, watercolor Gallery: Private Collection

William Blake Jacob's Ladder painting for sale, this painting is available as handmade reproduction. Shop for William Blake Jacob's Ladder painting and frame at a discount of off.

The Tyger   :D

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The Tyger: Songs of Innocence and Experience by William Blake I love the illustration as well : ) Tiger Makes Me Think of My Sending Healing Love and Light AsAlways

William Blake: The Whirlwind: Ezekiel's Vision of the Cherubim and Eyed Wheels, c.1803.

William Blake The Whirlwind: Ezekiel's Vision of the Cherubim and Eyed Wheels circa Smith Smith Lucas

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To see a world in a grain of sand; and heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.

William Blake

William Blake

William Blake - "The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed in Sun" (1805-1810)

Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed in Sun William Blake, 1805 - 1810 - Brooklyn Museum

William Blake Paintings | William Blake Paintings, Drawings, Graphics, Art Printing Gallery

The number of the beast is 666 Philadelphia, Rosenbach Museum and Library - Number of the Beast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Blake --   Epitome of James Hervey's 'Meditations among the Tombs' circa 1820-5

William Blake, ‘Epitome of James Hervey's 'Meditations among the Tombs'’…

"Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing," William Blake, ca.1786, watercolor and graphite on paper, 18.7 x 26.6", Tate Britain.

William Blake: Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing, 1786 (Tate Gallery) Learn terms and materials: Literature

William Blake, The Ghost of a Flea  Blake was dismissed as mad throughout his life, because he claimed to be directed to art as a spiritual calling, and believed he could see into the spiritual realm.  “I am under the direction of Messengers from Heaven Daily & Nightly.”

William Blake, "The Ghost of a Flea" Blake said “I am under the direction of Messengers from Heaven Daily & Nightly.

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