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Illustrations to Gray's "Poems", c. 1797-98 (Yale Center for British Art): electronic edition [preview]

Illustrations to Gray's "Poems", c. 1797-98 (Yale Center for British Art): electronic edition [preview]

Illustrations to Gray's "Poems", c. 1797-98 (Yale Center for British Art): electronic edition [preview]

Illustrations to Gray's "Poems", c. 1797-98 (Yale Center for British Art): electronic edition [preview]

Illustrations to Gray's "Poems", c. 1797-98 (Yale Center for British Art): electronic edition [preview]

Illustrations to Gray's "Poems", c. 1797-98 (Yale Center for British Art): electronic edition [preview]

Illustrations to Gray's "Poems", c. 1797-98 (Yale Center for British Art): electronic edition [preview]

Illustrations to Gray's "Poems", c. 1797-98 (Yale Center for British Art): electronic edition [preview]

Moses and the Burning Bush ~ Wiliam Blake - 1757-1827

Moses and the Burning Bush ~ Wiliam Blake - 1757-1827

William Blake. Illustration for Milton's Comus, 1815. "Sabrina Disenchanting the Lady." Pen and water color on paper. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

William Blake. Illustration for Milton's Comus, 1815. "Sabrina Disenchanting the Lady." Pen and water color on paper. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Illustrations to Robert Blair's The Grave , object 20 "The Soul Exploring the Recesses of the Grave"

Illustrations to Robert Blair's The Grave , object 20 "The Soul Exploring the Recesses of the Grave"

Songs of Innocence and of Experience, object 40 (Bentley 38, Erdman 38, Keynes 38) "Nurses Song" (copy A, 1795, British Museum, London)

Songs of Innocence and of Experience, object 40 (Bentley 38, Erdman 38, Keynes 38) "Nurses Song" (copy A, 1795, British Museum, London)

William Blake

William Blake

William Blake, "La escalera de Jacob", 1805. La obra está basada en el capítulo 28 (versículo 10-19) del libro Génesis del Antiguo Testamento: "Y tuvo un sueño; soñó con una escalera apoyada en tierra, y cuya cima tocaba los cielos, y he aquí que los ángeles de Dios subían y bajaban por ella"

William Blake, "La escalera de Jacob", 1805. La obra está basada en el capítulo 28 (versículo 10-19) del libro Génesis del Antiguo Testamento: "Y tuvo un sueño; soñó con una escalera apoyada en tierra, y cuya cima tocaba los cielos, y he aquí que los ángeles de Dios subían y bajaban por ella"

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