Cannes/London 2013: Tuesday, May 28th @ Tate Britain, William Blake Rooms

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Here are some of my favorite William Blake pieces I saw at the Tate Britain during my visit!

Disclaimer: I do not own any of these images!!

(Click on images to enlarge.)

Elohim Creating Adam 1795/circa 1805 by William Blake 1757-1827

Elohim Creating Adam

Newton 1795/circa 1805 by William Blake 1757-1827

Newton

Pity circa 1795 by William Blake 1757-1827

Pity

The House of Death 1795/circa 1805 by William Blake 1757-1827

The House of Death

David Delivered out of Many Waters circa 1805 by William Blake 1757-1827

David Delivered out of Many Waters

The Blasphemer c.1800 by William Blake 1757-1827

The Blasphemer

The Body of Abel Found by Adam and Eve c.1826 by William Blake 1757-1827

The Body of Abel Found by Adam and Eve

Satan Smiting Job with Sore Boils circa 1826 by William Blake 1757-1827

Satan Smiting Job with Sore Boils

An Allegory of the Bible. Verso: The Shins of an Écorché Male Figure circa 1780-5, ?circa 1780 by William Blake 1757-1827

An Allegory of the Bible. Verso: The Shins of an Écorché Male Figure

The Inscription over the Gate 1824-7 by William Blake 1757-1827

The Inscription over the Gate

Beatrice Addressing Dante from the Car 1824-7 by William Blake 1757-1827

Beatrice Addressing Dante from the Car

Cerberus 1824-7 by William Blake 1757-1827

Cerberus

First Book of Urizen pl. 17 1796, circa 1818 by William Blake 1757-1827

First Book of Urizen pl. 17

First Book of Urizen pl. 15 1796, circa 1818 by William Blake 1757-1827

First Book of Urizen pl. 15

First Book of Urizen pl. 21 1796, circa 1818 by William Blake 1757-1827

First Book of Urizen pl. 21

The Ghost of a Flea circa 1819-20 by William Blake 1757-1827

The Ghost of a Flea

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G. E. Gallas is a screenwriter and graphic novelist (writer/illustrator) best known for "The Poet and the Flea," a fantastical reimagining of the life of the poet-painter William Blake. Originally from Washington D.C., she spent her year abroad in Tokyo, Japan and graduated from New York University: Gallatin School of Individualzed Study with a major involving cross-cultural storytelling. Spring 2013, she attended the Cannes International Film Festival and spoke upon invitation to The Blake Society, London. February 2014, her illustrations will be featured in the young adult title "Scared Stiff: Everything You Need To Know About 50 Famous Phobias." View all posts by gegallas

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