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Blake, William

(British, 1757–1827)

Works of Art (5)

The Angel Gabriel Appearing to Zacharias, ca. 1799–1800, William Blake (British), Pen and black ink, tempera and glue size on canvas (51.30.1)
Angel of the Revelation, ca. 1803–5, William Blake (British), Watercolor, pen and black ink, over traces of graphite (14.81.1)
The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins, ca. 1803–5, William Blake (British), Watercolor, brush and gray wash, pen and black ink over graphite (14.81.2)
Pity, second impression, ca. 1795, William Blake (British), Color print finished with pen and ink and watercolor, sheet, (58.603)
Songs of Innocence and of Experience: The Tyger (Plate 42), 1794/ca. 1825, William Blake (British), Copy Y, ca. 1825, Relief etchings printed in orange-brown ink, heightened with watercolor and shell gold, with hand-painted decorative borders, (17.10.42)