"Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing," William Blake, ca.1786, watercolor and graphite on paper, 18.7 x 26.6", Tate Britain.
Love these angels. Maybe more abstract, more color. Either side of fireplace? william blake - Google Search
William Blake: The Whirlwind: Ezekiel's Vision of the Cherubim and Eyed Wheels, c.1803.
William Blake, The Ghost of a Flea Blake was dismissed as mad throughout his life, because he claimed to be directed to art as a spiritual calling, and believed he could see into the spiritual realm. “I am under the direction of Messengers from Heaven Daily & Nightly.”
Live of William Blake…
The Tyger was read to Jack's class. He rewrites it to talk about a fast blue car.
William Blake, ‘The Entombment’ c.1805 - he was strongly influenced by his time in Westminster Abbey drawing sketches of the tombs - this tomb position is a posture used repeatedly in his work to signify death of the spirit
"Death on a Pale Horse" by William Blake Putting his art in with Classic Books because it is integral to his writing...love it!!!