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Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827, British, Jerusalem, Plate 91, "It is easier to forgive an enemy....", 1804 to 1820
Jerusalem, Plate 91, "It is easier to forgive an enemy...."
- Part Of:
Collective Title: Jerusalem: The Emanation of The Giant Albion, Bentley Copy E
- 1804 to 1820
- Relief etching printed in orange with pen and black ink and watercolor on moderately thick, smooth, cream wove paper
- Sheet: 13 1/2 x 10 3/8 inches (34.3 x 26.4 cm), Plate: 8 3/8 x 5 7/8 inches (21.2 x 15 cm)
- Credit Line:
- Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
- Accession Number:
- Prints and Drawings
- Subject Terms:
- leaf | literary theme | men | nudes | religious and mythological subject | sinews | star | sun | text | vines
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- IIIF Manifest:
William Blake (Tate Britain, 2000-11-02 - 2001-02-04) [YCBA Objects in the Exhibition]
The Human Form Divine - William Blake from the Paul Mellon Collection (Yale Center for British Art, 1997-04-02 - 1997-07-06) [YCBA Objects in the Exhibition]
Peter Otto, Multiplying worlds, romanticism, modernity, and the emergence of virtual reality , Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2011, pp. 208-14, fig. 8.5, PN769 R7 O77 2011 (YCBA) [YCBA]
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