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Blake, William, England 1757 to 1827 Oil Paintings

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William Blake was one of England's greatest poets. He combined both a lofty mysticism and an uncompromising awareness of the harsh realities of life. As a young boy he had a most revealing vision of seeing angels in the trees. These mystical visions returned throughout his life, leaving a profound mark on his poetry and outlook. William Blake was also particularly sensitive to cruelty. His heart wept at the site of man's inhumanity to other men and children. In many ways he was also of radical temperament, rebelling against the prevailing orthodoxy of the day. His anger and frustration at the world can be seen in his collection of poems “Songs of Experience” How can the bird that is born for joy Sit in a cage and sing? How can a child, when fears annoy, But droop his tender wing, And forget his youthful spring!
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Inferno, Canto XIV

Inferno, Canto XIV by  William Blake (Painting ID: AF-0475-KA)

Hecate or the Three Fates

Hecate or the Three Fates by  William Blake (Painting ID: AF-0477-KA)

Isaac Newton

Isaac Newton by  William Blake (Painting ID: AF-0479-KA)

The Omnipotent

The Omnipotent by  William Blake (Painting ID: AF-0480-KA)

The Great Red Dragon and the Woman

The Great Red Dragon and the Woman by  William Blake (Painting ID: AF-0482-KA)

Great Red Dragon

Great Red Dragon by  William Blake (Painting ID: AF-0484-KA)

Elohim Creating Adam

Elohim Creating Adam by  William Blake (Painting ID: AF-0486-KA)


Blasphemer by  William Blake (Painting ID: AF-0488-KA)

Jacobs Ladder

Jacobs Ladder by  William Blake (Painting ID: AF-0490-KA)


Nebuchadnezzar by  William Blake (Painting ID: AF-0494-KA)