William Blake (28 November 1757 – 12 August 1827)

William Blake, The Virgin and Child 1825.

William Blake was an English poet, painter, and printmaker 
who was not recognized in his lifetime.

William Blake, America. A Prophecy, Plate 1, Frontispiece 

William Blake, The Great Red Dragon and the Beast from the Sea 1805.

The Great Red Dragon is a series of watercolor paintings painted 
between 1805 and 1810 that depicts the Red Dragon in various 
scenes from the Book of Revelation.

William Blake, Jacob's Dream 1805.

William Blake, Hecate 1795.

The painting depicts Hecate (or Hekate), the ancient Greek goddess of 
ghosts, witchcraft, and the underworld.

William Blake, The Angel Appearing to 
Zacharias 1799-1800.

William Blake, The Ghost of a Flea 1819-1820.

The painting depicts Blake's fictional character, 
an evil and gothic creature who is half human, half 
vampire, and half reptile.

William Blake, The Horse c. 1805.

William Blake, The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 31, 
"A Long Story" 1797-1798.

William Blake, The Great Red Dragon and the Woman 
Clothed with the Sun 1805-1810.

William Blake, The Lovers' Whirlwind, Francesca da Rimini and Paolo 
Malatesta 1824-1827.

William Blake, Newton 1804.

William Blake, When the Morning 
Stars Sang Together" 1804-1807.

William Blake, The First Book of
 Urizen, Plate 25 (Bentley 26) 1794.

William Blake, The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 7, "Ode 
on the Death of a Favourite Cat".

William Blake, The Red Dragon and the 
Woman Clothed in Sun c. 1803.

William Blake, The Agony in the Garden 1799-1800.

William Blake, From the Nymph Cave.

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