List of famous William Blake paintings, listed alphabetically with pictures of the art when available. A celebrated artist around the world, William Blake has created some of the most historic paintings of all time. These popular William Blake paintings fetch insane amounts of money at art auctions, so if you want to buy one then start saving your money now. Going to museums can be expensive and time consuming, so scroll through this list to see paintings that William Blake created from the comfort of your own home. You can find additional information for these renowned William Blake paintings by clicking the names of the pieces.
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A Vision of the Last Judgment is a painting by William Blake that was designed in 1808 before becoming a lost artwork. The painting was to be shown in an 1810 exhibition with a detailed analysis added to a second edition of his Descriptive Catalogue. This plan was dropped after the exhibition was cancelled, and the painting disappeared. Blake's notes for the Descriptive Catalogue describe various aspects of the work in a detailed manner, which allow the aspects of the painting to be known. Additionally, earlier designs that reveal similar Blake depiction of the Last Judgment have survived, and these date back to an 1805 precursor design created for Robert Blair's The Grave. In addition to ...more on Wikipediasee more on A Vision of the Last Judgment
Nebuchadnezzar is a colour monotype print with additions in ink and watercolour portraying the Old Testament Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar II by the English poet, painter and printmaker William Blake. Taken from the Book of Daniel, the legend of Nebuchadnezzar tells of a ruler who through hubris lost his mind and was reduced to animalistic madness and eating "grass as oxen". According to the biographer Alexander Gilchrist, in Blake's print the viewer is faced with the "mad king crawling like a hunted beast into a den among the rocks; his tangled golden beard sweeping the ground, his nails like vultures' talons, and his wild eyes full of sullen terror. The powerful frame is losing semblance ...more on Wikipediasee more on Nebuchadnezzar
Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing (c. 1786) is a painting by British artist William Blake. ...more on Wikipediasee more on Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing
The Ghost of a Flea is a miniature painting by the English poet, painter and printmaker William Blake, held in the Tate Gallery, London. Measuring only 8.42 inches × 6.3 inches, it is executed in a tempera mixture with gold, on a mahogany-type tropical hardwood panel. Completed between 1819 and 1820, it is part of a series of works depicting "Visionary Heads" commissioned by the watercolourist and astrologist John Varley. Fantastic, spiritual art was popular in Britain from around 1770 to 1830, and during this time Blake often worked on unearthly, supernatural panels to amuse and amaze his friends. At 21.4 cm × 16.2 cm the work is a greatly reduced miniature portrait. Blake generally worked ...more on Wikipediasee more on The Ghost of a Flea