William Blake Paintings

William Blake (November 28, 1757 – August 12, 1827) was an English printmaker, painter, and poet. Though he was unrecognised during his lifetime, Blake is now regarded as a great figure in the history of both Romantic Age’s visual arts and poetry. Learn more »

Paintings by William Blake in Chronological Order

Naomi entreating Ruth and Orpah to Return to the Land of Moab, 1795 Job and His Daughters, 1799-1800 The Soldiers Casting Lots for Christ’s Garments, 1800
Jacob’s Ladder, 1799-1806 The Night of Peace, 1815 Andrew, Simon Peter Searching for Christ, 1816-1819
Angels Ministering to Christ, 1816-1820 Elisha in The Chamber on the Wall, 1820 Illustration to Milton`s Comus, 1820
Illustration to Milton`s Comus (1), 1816-1820 Illustration to Milton`s Paradise Regained, 1816-1820 Los Entering the Grave, 1820
Melancholy, 1816-1820 The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins, 1822 Job Accepting Charity, 1825
Songs Of Innocence, 1825 Christ in the Sepulchre Illustration to Dante’s Divine Comedy, Purgatory
Study of a Classical Maiden The Resurrection

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