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William BLAKE 'Antaeus setting down Dante and Virgil in the Last Circle of Hell' illustration for The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri (Inferno XXXI, pen and ink and watercolour over pencil and black chalk, with sponging and scratching out Dante Alighieri, Lecture Attentive, Illustrations, Illustration Art, William Blake Art, Arte Tribal, Painting & Drawing, Art History, Printmaking
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William Blake’s Breathtaking Drawings for Dante’s Divine Comedy, Over Which He Labored Until His Dying Day

The sinister and sublime, reconciled in transcendent watercolors.

This image is a personification of winter, which is often depicted as an 'old man'. This may stem back to Norse or Ancient Greek mythologies that included male gods of winter. 'Winter' by William Blake Tate William Blake Paintings, William Blake Art, Tarot, Irish Painters, Mouth Drawing, English Poets, Pagan Art, Art Uk, Romanticism
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If a thing loves, it is infinite. Poetry Quotes, Book Quotes, Me Quotes, Love Actually, All You Need Is Love, Quotes About Everything, William Blake, More Than Words, Beautiful Words
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The Moon--William Blake. ~The Beautiful Work on Julie Smith Campbell of A Vintage Chic~ My Journal, Journal Pages, Altered Books, Altered Art, Smash Book, Moleskine, William Blake, Rhyme And Reason, Over The Moon
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The Moon--William Blake...From one of my art journals.

William Blake "Auguries of Innocence" Poetry Quotes, Words Quotes, Wise Words, Me Quotes, Sayings, Romantic Writers, Auguries Of Innocence, William Blake, Grain Of Sand

William Blake

laudanumforbreakfast: “ The Romantic creative process: how the great poems began on the page (and in what illegible handwriting.) Original manuscript drafts of poems by William Blake, Lord Byron, John. William Blake, Great Poems, Commonplace Book, Jean Baptiste, Writers Write, Write It Down, Romanticism, British Library, Handwriting
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Writing Britain

Images from the 2012 exhibition Writing Britain: Wastelands to Wonderlands.

artist-blake: “Illustration to Dante’s Divine Comedy, Hell, William Blake ” Dante Alighieri, Salvador Dali, William Blake Art, Illustrations, Illustration Art, Harry Clarke, Birmingham Museum, Birmingham Art, La Madone
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Illustration to Dante's Divine Comedy, Hell - William Blake - WikiArt.org

‘Illustration to Dante's Divine Comedy, Hell’ was created by William Blake in Symbolism style. Find more prominent pieces of illustration at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

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William Blake's illustrations of Paradise Lost

Portrait of Percy Shelley. He is regarded as one of the finest lyric poets in… Frankenstein, Leigh Hunt, Mary Shelley, Writers And Poets, Beautiful Mind, Before Us, Great Friends, Filmmaking, Books
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Portrait of Percy Shelley. He is regarded as one of the finest lyric poets in the English language. His radical and unpopular views in poetry, politics and social structures meant he achieved little fame in his lifetime. He was a member of a close circle of visionary poets that included Lord Byron, Leigh Hunt and Mary Shelley. He drowned off the bay of Lerici in Italy at the age of 29. His young wife Mary Shelley never remarried.

Isaac Newton by English artist William Blake and housed in the Tate Gallery, London. Isaac Newton, Willem De Kooning, William Blake Paintings, Leo Tolstoi, Art Romantique, English Poets, Anselm Kiefer, Arte Tribal, Tate Gallery
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‘Newton’, William Blake, 1795–c.1805 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Newton’, William Blake, 1795–c.1805 In this work Blake portrays a young and muscular Isaac Newton, rather than the older figure of popular imagination. He is crouched naked on a rock covered with algae, apparently at the bottom of the sea. His attention is focused on a diagram which he draws with a compass. Blake was critical of Newton’s reductive, scientific approach and so shows him merely following the rules of his compass, blind to the colourful rocks behind him.

Illustration to Dante's Divine Comedy (detail) William Blake Etching, ink and watercolor; William Blake Art, Subject Of Art, English Poets, Trippy, Great Artists, Art Forms, Book Design, Contemporary Art, Comedy
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Execution of Breaking on the Rock- John Gabriel Stedman's account of the "breaking" and execution of a slave for stealing a sheep in Suriname, from his account of the Maroon War.

Broken on the Wheel

Night Startled by the Lark by English artist William Blake This illustration was created for Milton's melancholic verse L'Allegro and Il Penseroso. Blake was deeply influenced by John Milton Nocturne, William Blake Art, English Poets, Morgan Library, Thing 1, Art Database, Fantasy World, Watercolor Illustration, Watercolor Art

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Newton, 1805 ( via ) Obé ron, Titania et Puck , et les fées d ansant , 1786 ( via ) Les vingt-quatre vieillards jettent leur...

William Blake's newly discovered and perfectly preserved watercolour Parental Affection or The Meeting Of A Family In Heaven William Blake Paintings, English Poets, Art Boards, Printmaking, Original Art, My Arts, Parenting, Watercolor, Fine Art
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Newly Discovered William Blake Painting

I have my friends at the Swedenborg Association of Australia to thank for alerting me to this extraordinary piece of news. I am a huge fa...

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