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Eternity by William Blake ~ Looking Forward... Looking Back

Looking forward, looking back.

This is William Blake's version of "Abraham and Isaac". Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

This is William Blake's version of "Abraham and Isaac". Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower, Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand

To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower, Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand

Martha Redbone - The Garden of Love- Songs of William Blake

Martha Redbone - The Garden of Love- Songs of William Blake

William Blake: 'The Meeting of a Family in Heaven', from Robert Blair's "The Grave", 1805, object 17. Pen, ink and water colors over traces of pencil on wove paper. Winterstein Collection, Munich, Germany

William Blake: 'The Meeting of a Family in Heaven', from Robert Blair's "The Grave", 1805, object 17. Pen, ink and water colors over traces of pencil on wove paper. Winterstein Collection, Munich, Germany

blackpaint20: “  Lucifer and the Pope in Hell William Blake c.1805 ”

blackpaint20: “ Lucifer and the Pope in Hell William Blake c.1805 ”

William Blake ‘The House of Death’, 1795–c. 1805  This print illustrates lines from Book XI of Milton's poem Paradise Lost. The Archangel Michael shows Adam the misery that will be inflicted on Man now he has eaten the Forbidden Fruit. In a vision of 'Death's 'grim Cave' Adam sees a 'monstrous crew' of men afflicted by 'Diseases dire'.

William Blake ‘The House of Death’, 1795–c. 1805 This print illustrates lines from Book XI of Milton's poem Paradise Lost. The Archangel Michael shows Adam the misery that will be inflicted on Man now he has eaten the Forbidden Fruit. In a vision of 'Death's 'grim Cave' Adam sees a 'monstrous crew' of men afflicted by 'Diseases dire'.

William Blake's Illustrations to Robert Blair's The Grave,The Sanity of William Blake,page 8.The poem is now best known for the illustrations created by William Blake following a commission from Robert Cromek.Blake's designs were engraved by Luigi Schiavonetti, and published in 1808.

William Blake's Illustrations to Robert Blair's The Grave,The Sanity of William Blake,page 8.The poem is now best known for the illustrations created by William Blake following a commission from Robert Cromek.Blake's designs were engraved by Luigi Schiavonetti, and published in 1808.

William Blake...I like William Blake's writing and art:ceeanne.

William Blake...I like William Blake's writing and art:ceeanne.

William Blake: 'Death's Door', from Robert Blair's "The Grave", 1805, object 16. Pen, ink and water colors over traces of pencil on wove paper

William Blake: 'Death's Door', from Robert Blair's "The Grave", 1805, object 16. Pen, ink and water colors over traces of pencil on wove paper

Illustration to Milton`s Paradise Lost - William Blake - WikiPaintings.org

Illustration to Milton`s Paradise Lost - William Blake - WikiPaintings.org