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The Song of Los (written is one of William Blake's epic poems, known as prophetic books. The archetype of the Creator is a familiar image in Blake's work. Here, the demiurgic figure Urizen prays before the world he has forged.

"Age Teaching Youth", c. 1785-1790 / William Blake (1757-1827) / Tate, London, UK

William Blake, ‘Age Teaching Youth’ Who is the aged? Who is the youth? What does the color of the figure in the front signify as different from the mid figures?

The Youthful Poet’s Dream — William Blake

The Youthful Poet’s Dream (illustration for John Milton’s L’Allegro and Il Penseroso), William Blake,

The First Book of Urizen | William Blake

The First Book of Urizen 5

Satan Addressing his Potentates - William Blake

Satan Addressing his Potentates by English artist William Blake displayed at the Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, England.

The Lord Answering Job from the Whirlwind by William Blake - print

Job Confessing His Presumption to God Who Answers from the Whirlwind, c. (National Gallery of Scotland): electronic edition

William Blake (British; 1757–1827) “As if an angel dropped down from the clouds” Pen and grey ink and watercolor, 1809; illustration formerly bound in at the end of a Second Folio Shakespeare (1632) The British Museum, London; © The Trustees of the...

"As if an angel dropped down from the clouds" Pen and grey ink and watercolor, illustration formerly bound in at the end of a Second Folio Shakespeare The British Museum, London; © The Trustees of the British Museum

William Blake’s Breathtaking Drawings for Dante’s Divine Comedy, Over Which He Labored Until His Dying Day | Brain Pickings

William Blake’s Breathtaking Drawings for Dante’s Divine Comedy, Over Which He Labored Until His Dying Day

Illustration by William Blake for Dante's "Divine Comedy". Blake received the commission In 1826.

William Blake’s Breathtaking Drawings for Dante’s Divine Comedy, Over Which He Labored Until His Dying Day

William Blake’s Breathtaking Drawings for Dante’s Divine Comedy, Over Which He Labored Until His Dying Day – Brain Pickings

Adam and Eve Sleeping by William Blake, 1808

BLAKE, William Adam and Eve Sleeping 1808 Pen and watercolor on paper, 492 x 387 mm Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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