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Samuel Palmer The Morning of Life
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
The Morning of Life
1860-1861
Samuel Palmer Opening the Fold
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
Opening the Fold
plate etched in 1880; impression printed in 1920
Samuel Palmer Opening the Fold
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
Opening the Fold
plate etched in 1880; impression printed in 1926
Samuel Palmer The Skylark
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
The Skylark
1850
Samuel Palmer Christmas
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
Christmas
1877
Samuel Palmer Christmas
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
Christmas
1850
Samuel Palmer The Early Ploughman
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
The Early Ploughman
begun before 1861
Samuel Palmer The Early Ploughman
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
The Early Ploughman
begun before 1861
Samuel Palmer The Early Ploughman
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
The Early Ploughman
etching begun before 1861; impression printed in 1926
Samuel Palmer The Skylark
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
The Skylark
1850
Samuel Palmer The Weary Ploughman
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
The Weary Ploughman
1858
Samuel Palmer The Willow
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
The Willow
1850
Samuel Palmer The Skylark
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
The Skylark
1850
Samuel Palmer Christmas
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
Christmas
1850
Samuel Palmer The Early Ploughman
Print made by Samuel Palmer, 1805–1881
The Early Ploughman
1874
Robert Polhill Bevan Huntsman and Hounds
Robert Polhill Bevan, 1865–1925
Huntsman and Hounds
ca. 1898
Robert Polhill Bevan Horses Threshing, Pont Aven
Robert Polhill Bevan, 1865–1925
Horses Threshing, Pont Aven
1893
Robert Polhill Bevan The Meet
Robert Polhill Bevan, 1865–1925
The Meet
1898
Joseph Mallord William Turner London from Greenwich
Etched by Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1775–1851
London from Greenwich
1811
Joseph Mallord William Turner [One from] 158 reproductions of works by JMW Turner consisting of chromolithographs, photogravures, etc.
after Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1775–1851
[One from] 158 reproductions of works by JMW Turner consisting of chromolithographs, photogravures, etc
Edward Lear Near Massara; 1:30 P.M., 1 Jan. 1867 (12)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Near Massara; 1:30 P.M., 1 Jan. 1867 (12)
1867
Edward Lear Near Eb-Bosh; 2:15 P.M., 2 Jan. 1867 (33)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Near Eb-Bosh; 2:15 P.M., 2 Jan. 1867 (33)
1867
Edward Lear Nestet: 3:30 P.M., 3 Jan. 1867 (50)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Nestet: 3:30 P.M., 3 Jan. 1867 (50)
1867
Edward Lear Near Colosaneh; 3:45 P.M., 3 Jan. 1867 (51)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Near Colosaneh; 3:45 P.M., 3 Jan. 1867 (51)
1867
Edward Lear Near Colosaneh; 3:45 P.M., 3 Jan. 1867 (52)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Near Colosaneh; 3:45 P.M., 3 Jan. 1867 (52)
1867
Edward Lear Near Golosana[sic]; 4:30 P.M., 3 Jan. 1867 (56)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Near Golosana[sic]; 4:30 P.M., 3 Jan. 1867 (56)
1867
Edward Lear Nesle Melaghara; 5:00 P.M., 4 Jan. 1867 (70)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Nesle Melaghara; 5:00 P.M., 4 Jan. 1867 (70)
1867
Edward Lear Gebel S. Eredi; 8:45 A.M., 10 Jan. 1867 (114)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Gebel S. Eredi; 8:45 A.M., 10 Jan. 1867 (114)
1867
Edward Lear West Bank near Howatke; 8:15 A.M., 8 Jan. 1867 (95)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
West Bank near Howatke; 8:15 A.M., 8 Jan. 1867 (95)
1867
Edward Lear Gebel Shk. es Said, near Mellawi; 5:00 P.M., 6 Jan. 1867 (90)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Gebel Shk. es Said, near Mellawi; 5:00 P.M., 6 Jan. 1867 (90)
1867
Edward Lear Ye Parienls of ye Welud Sleimann; Assioott [Asyut]; 9 Jan. 1867 (84D)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Ye Parienls of ye Welud Sleimann; Assioott [Asyut]; 9 Jan. 1867 (84D)
1867
Edward Lear Near Gezir Shendowiel; sunset, 5:22 P.M., 10 Jan. 1867 (121)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Near Gezir Shendowiel; sunset, 5:22 P.M., 10 Jan. 1867 (121)
1867
Edward Lear Garf Hosayn; 4:20 P.M., 31 Jan. 1867 (304)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Garf Hosayn; 4:20 P.M., 31 Jan. 1867 (304)
1867
Edward Lear Above Kalabashe; 12:20 P.M., 31 Jan. 1867 (297)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Above Kalabashe; 12:20 P.M., 31 Jan. 1867 (297)
1867
Edward Lear Abou Simbel; 8:10 A.M., 8 Feb. 1867 (369)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Abou Simbel; 8:10 A.M., 8 Feb. 1867 (369)
1867
Edward Lear Dendoor; 8:45 A.M., 16 Feb. 1867 (493)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Dendoor; 8:45 A.M., 16 Feb. 1867 (493)
1867
Edward Lear Near Gertassee; 10:25 A.M., 17 Feb. 1867 (513)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Near Gertassee; 10:25 A.M., 17 Feb. 1867 (513)
1867
Edward Lear Boats (Dahabeahs); 28 Feb. [1867] (565)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Boats (Dahabeahs); 28 Feb. [1867] (565)
1867
Edward Lear Boats (Dahabeahs) ; 1:00 P.M., 27 May 1867 (175)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Boats (Dahabeahs) ; 1:00 P.M., 27 May 1867 (175)
1867
Edward Lear Salo; 2:35 P.M., 14 May 1867 (89)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Salo; 2:35 P.M., 14 May 1867 (89)
1867
Edward Lear Aboo Zobat; 9:30 A.M., 28 Feb. 1867 (564)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Aboo Zobat; 9:30 A.M., 28 Feb. 1867 (564)
1867
Edward Lear Dishne; 4:30 P.M., 27 Feb. 1867 (554)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Dishne; 4:30 P.M., 27 Feb. 1867 (554)
1867
Edward Lear Above Manfaloot; 8:00 A.M., 8 Jan. 1867 (94)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Above Manfaloot; 8:00 A.M., 8 Jan. 1867 (94)
1867
Edward Lear Gebel S. Eredi; 2:10 P.M., 10 Jan. 1867 (118)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Gebel S. Eredi; 2:10 P.M., 10 Jan. 1867 (118)
1867
Edward Lear Faiou Nesle Faiou; 3:30 P.M., 14 Jan. 1867 (148)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Faiou Nesle Faiou; 3:30 P.M., 14 Jan. 1867 (148)
1867
Edward Lear Near[?]; 5:00 P.M., 13 Jan. 1867 (139)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Near[?]; 5:00 P.M., 13 Jan. 1867 (139)
1867
Edward Lear Near Thebes; 9:00 A.M., 18 Jan. 1867 (194)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Near Thebes; 9:00 A.M., 18 Jan. 1867 (194)
1867
Edward Lear Negadah; 5:30 P.M., 17 Jan. 1867 (192)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Negadah; 5:30 P.M., 17 Jan. 1867 (192)
1867
Edward Lear El Kab; 2:30 P.M., 25 Jan. 1867
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
El Kab; 2:30 P.M., 25 Jan. 1867
1867
Edward Lear Erment (Rahel Erment); 3:00 P.M., 23 Jan. 1867 (217)j
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Erment (Rahel Erment); 3:00 P.M., 23 Jan. 1867 (217)j
1867
Edward Lear Near Garf Hoseyn; 3:40 P.M., 31 Jan., 1867 (301)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Near Garf Hoseyn; 3:40 P.M., 31 Jan., 1867 (301)
1867
Edward Lear Garf Hoseyn; 12:30 P.M., 15 Feb. 1867 (480)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Garf Hoseyn; 12:30 P.M., 15 Feb. 1867 (480)
1867
Edward Lear Looking to Sabooa; 9:30 A.M., 1 Feb. 1867 (311)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Looking to Sabooa; 9:30 A.M., 1 Feb. 1867 (311)
1867
Edward Lear Tough; 8:45 A.M., 25 Feb. 1867 (551)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Tough; 8:45 A.M., 25 Feb. 1867 (551)
1867
Edward Lear Dishne; 4:45 P.M., 27 Feb. 1867 (555)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Dishne; 4:45 P.M., 27 Feb. 1867 (555)
1867
Edward Lear Samata; 6:15 P.M., 28 Feb. 1867 (568)
Edward Lear, 1812–1888
Samata; 6:15 P.M., 28 Feb. 1867 (568)
1867
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 1 (Title Page): 'Illustrations of/ the/ Book/ of/ Job'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 1 (Title Page): 'Illustrations of/ the/ Book/ of/ Job'
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 13 (page 12): [The Wrath of Elihu]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 13 (page 12): [The Wrath of Elihu]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 15 (page 14): [The Creation]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 15 (page 14): [The Creation]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 18 (page 17): [The Vision of God]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 18 (page 17): [The Vision of God]
1826
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 9: Colinet: 'A fond desire strange lands and swains to know./ Ah me! that ever I should covet wo.'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 9: Colinet: 'A fond desire strange lands and swains to know./ Ah me! that ever I should covet wo.'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 10: Thenot: 'A rolling stone is ever bare of moss;/ and, to their cost, green years old proverbs cross.'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 10: Thenot: 'A rolling stone is ever bare of moss;/ and, to their cost, green years old proverbs cross.'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 12: Colinet: 'In vain, O Colinet, thy pipe, so shrill,/ charms every vale, and gladdens every hill:'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 12: Colinet: 'In vain, O Colinet, thy pipe, so shrill,/ charms every vale, and gladdens every hill:'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 13: Thenot: 'for him our yearly wakes and feasts we hold,/ and choose the fairest firstlings from the fold;'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 13: Thenot: 'for him our yearly wakes and feasts we hold,/ and choose the fairest firstlings from the fold;'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 14 (page 13): [The Lord answering Job out of the Whirlwind]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 14 (page 13): [The Lord answering Job out of the Whirlwind]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 16 (page 15): [Behemoth and Leviathan]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 16 (page 15): [Behemoth and Leviathan]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 19 (page 18): [Job's Sacrifice]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 19 (page 18): [Job's Sacrifice]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 20 (page 19): [Job Accepting Charity]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 20 (page 19): [Job Accepting Charity]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 21 (page 20): [Job and his Daughters]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 21 (page 20): [Job and his Daughters]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 22 (page 21): [Job and his Wife restored to Prosperity]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 22 (page 21): [Job and his Wife restored to Prosperity]
1826
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 3: Thenot: 'Yet though with years my body downward tend,/ as trees beneath their fruit in autumn bend,'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 3: Thenot: 'Yet though with years my body downward tend,/ as trees beneath their fruit in autumn bend,'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 4: Colinet: 'Thine ewes will wander; and their heedless lambs,/ in loud complaints, require their absent dams.'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 4: Colinet: 'Thine ewes will wander; and their heedless lambs,/ in loud complaints, require their absent dams.'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake Or blasting winds o'er blossom'd hedge-rows pass
William Blake, 1757–1827
Or blasting winds o'er blossom'd hedge-rows pass
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 7: Thenot: 'Nor fox, nor wolf, nor rot among our sheep:/ from these good shepherd's care his flock may keep/ against ill luck,'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 7: Thenot: 'Nor fox, nor wolf, nor rot among our sheep:/ from these good shepherd's care his flock may keep/ against ill luck,'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 2 (page 1): [Job and his Family]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 2 (page 1): [Job and his Family]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 9 (page 8): [Job's Despair]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 9 (page 8): [Job's Despair]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 11 (page 10): [Job rebuked by his Friends]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 11 (page 10): [Job rebuked by his Friends]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 3 (page 2): [Satan before the Throne of God]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 3 (page 2): [Satan before the Throne of God]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, p. 5 (page 4): [The Messengers tell Job of the Misfortunes that have Befallen Him]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, p. 5 (page 4): [The Messengers tell Job of the Misfortunes that have Befallen Him]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 4 (page 3): [The Destruction of Job's Sons]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 4 (page 3): [The Destruction of Job's Sons]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 6 (page 5): [Satan going forth from the Presence of the Lord]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 6 (page 5): [Satan going forth from the Presence of the Lord]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 7 (page 6): [Satan smiting Job with Boils]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 7 (page 6): [Satan smiting Job with Boils]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 8 (page 7): [Job's Comforters]
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 8 (page 7): [Job's Comforters]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 10 (page 9): [The Vision of Eliphaz]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 10 (page 9): [The Vision of Eliphaz]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 12 (page 11): [Job's Evil Dreams]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 12 (page 11): [Job's Evil Dreams]
1826
William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 17 (page 16): [The Fall of Satan]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations of the Book of Job, pl. 17 (page 16): [The Fall of Satan]
1826
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 1: Frontispiece: Thenot: 'Is it not Colinet I lonesome see,/ leaning with folded arms against the tree?'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 1: Frontispiece: Thenot: 'Is it not Colinet I lonesome see,/ leaning with folded arms against the tree?'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake Each creature, Thenot, to his task is born
William Blake, 1757–1827
Each creature, Thenot, to his task is born
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 5: Colinet: 'My piteous plight in yonder naked tree,/ which bears the thunder-scar too plain, I see:'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 5: Colinet: 'My piteous plight in yonder naked tree,/ which bears the thunder-scar too plain, I see:'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 8: Colinet: 'Ah silly I! more silly than my sheep,/ which on thy flow'ry banks I wont to keep.'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 8: Colinet: 'Ah silly I! more silly than my sheep,/ which on thy flow'ry banks I wont to keep.'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake My sheep quite spent through travel and ill fare
William Blake, 1757–1827
My sheep quite spent through travel and ill fare
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 14: Thenot: 'This night thy care with me forget, and fold/ thy flock with mine, to ward th' injurious cold.'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 14: Thenot: 'This night thy care with me forget, and fold/ thy flock with mine, to ward th' injurious cold.'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 15: Thenot: 'New milk, and clouted cream, mild cheese and curd,/ with some remaining fruit of last year's hoard,/ shall be our ev'ning fare.'
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 15: Thenot: 'New milk, and clouted cream, mild cheese and curd,/ with some remaining fruit of last year's hoard,/ shall be our ev'ning fare.'
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake And now behold the sun's departing ray
William Blake, 1757–1827
And now behold the sun's departing ray
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 17: Thenot: '
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thorton's Virgil 1821. London, 1977. Plate 17: Thenot: '
1821, reprinted 1977
William Blake Pl. 5: A Serpent Attacking Buoso Donata ['...He ey'd the serpent and the serpent him.' Hell; Canto xxv. line 82.]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Pl. 5: A Serpent Attacking Buoso Donata ['...He ey'd the serpent and the serpent him.' Hell; Canto xxv. line 82.]
1827
William Blake Illustrations to Dante's Divine Comedy
William Blake, 1757–1827
Illustrations to Dante's Divine Comedy
1827
William Blake Pl. 4: The Six-Footed Serpent Attacking Agnolo Brunelleschi ['...lo! a serpent with six feet/ Springs forth on one,' Hell; Canto xxv. line 45.]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Pl. 4: The Six-Footed Serpent Attacking Agnolo Brunelleschi ['...lo! a serpent with six feet/ Springs forth on one,' Hell; Canto xxv. line 45.]
1827
William Blake Pl. 6: The Pit of Disease ['...Then two I mark'd that sat Propp'd 'gainst each other,' Hell; Canto xxix. line 71.]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Pl. 6: The Pit of Disease ['...Then two I mark'd that sat Propp'd 'gainst each other,' Hell; Canto xxix. line 71.]
1827
William Blake Pl. 7: The Circle of Traitors: Dante Striking Against Bocca degli Abati ['...'Wherefore dost bruise me?'weeping he/ exclaim'd.' Hell; Canto xxxii. line 79.]
William Blake, 1757–1827
Pl. 7: The Circle of Traitors: Dante Striking Against Bocca degli Abati ['...'Wherefore dost bruise me?'weeping he/ exclaim'd.' Hell; Canto xxxii. line 79.]
1827