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The song of Los. Lambeth, Printed by W. Blake, 1795.

The song of Los. Lambeth, Printed by W. Blake, 1795.

Whore of Babylon. Painted by William Blake in 1809...

500 Years Of Being Absolutely Obsessed With Witches

Illustration to Dante's Divine Comedy - William Blake - WikiArt.org

Illustration to Dante's Divine Comedy - William Blake - WikiArt.org

William Blake Lucifer and the Pope in Hell (The King of Babylon) about 1805 Art, Paintings & Prints

William Blake Lucifer and the Pope in Hell (The King of Babylon) about 1805 Art, Paintings & Prints

William Blake - The Ghost of a Flea, 1819–1820. Having informed painter-astrologer John Varley of his visions of apparitions, Blake was subsequently persuaded to paint one of them.

William Blake - The Ghost of a Flea, 1819–1820. Having informed painter-astrologer John Varley of his visions of apparitions, Blake was subsequently persuaded to paint one of them.

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

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

William Blake - Immortals who fall into the Abyss (1794)

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I love how William Blake uses illustration to divide the page between poems.

I love how William Blake uses illustration to divide the page between poems.

The Wandering Moon - William Blake - 1816-1820 WikiArt.org

The Wandering Moon - William Blake - 1816-1820 WikiArt.org