William Blake

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JOB'S SACRIFICE, no. 18 Illustrations for the Book of Job, 1825 Line Engraving © Courtesy of MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS-MOFA St. Petersburg, FL
The Lord Answering Job out of the Whirlwind (detail), plate 13 from Illustrations of the Book of Job, 1823/25 Engraving © Courtesy of Honolulu Academy of Arts
`Europe': Fragment of Pages 3 and 4 1794, circa 1830-5 © Courtesy of Tate Britain
The Whore of Babylon, 1809 Pen And Black Ink And Water Colours 266 X 223 Mm © Courtesy of British Museum
Dante and Virgil Penetrating the Forest, 1824-7 Pencil, Pen And Ink And Watercolour On Paper Support: 371 X 527 Mm Purchased With The Assistance Of A Special Grant From The National Gallery And Donations From The Art Fund, Lord Duveen And Others, And Presented Through The The Art Fund 1919 © Courtesy of Tate Britain
© Courtesy of the NGV (National Gallery of Victoria)
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