The William Blake Archive

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Illuminated Books
All Religions are One (c. 1788): electronic edition
There is No Natural Religion (c. 1788): electronic edition
Songs of Innocence (1789): electronic edition
The Book of Thel (1789): electronic edition
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (1790): electronic edition
Visions of the Daughters of Albion (1793): electronic edition
For Children: The Gates of Paradise (1793): electronic edition
America a Prophecy (1793): electronic edition
Songs of Innocence and of Experience (1789, 1794): electronic edition
Europe a Prophecy (1794): electronic edition
The First Book of Urizen (1794): electronic edition
The Song of Los (1795): electronic edition
The Book of Los (1795): electronic edition
The Book of Ahania (1795): electronic edition
Milton a Poem (c. 1804-1811): electronic edition
Jerusalem The Emanation of The Giant Albion (1804-c. 1820): electronic edition
For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise (1793, c. 1820): electronic edition
On Homers Poetry [and] On Virgil (c. 1822): electronic edition
The Ghost of Abel (1822): electronic edition
Laocoön (c. 1815, c. 1826-27): electronic edition
Commercial Book Illustrations
Designed and Engraved by Blake
Mary Wollstonecraft, Original Stories from Real Life (1791, 1796): electronic edition
Edward Young, Night Thoughts (1797): electronic edition
William Hayley, Little Tom the Sailor (1800): electronic edition
William Hayley, Designs to a Series of Ballads (1802): electronic edition
William Hayley, Ballads ... Relating to Animals (1805): electronic edition
The Pastorals of Virgil (1821): electronic edition
Designed by Blake and Engraved by Other Engravers: Electronic Edition
Robert Blair, The Grave (c. 1805-08): electronic edition
Engraved by Blake After Designs by Other Artists
John Gabriel Stedman, Narrative, of a Five Years’ Expedition, against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam (1796): electronic edition
William Hayley, An Essay on Sculpture (1800): electronic edition
William Hayley, The Life, and Posthumous Writings, of William Cowper (1803): electronic edition
William Hayley, The Triumphs of Temper (1803): electronic edition
William Hayley, The Life of George Romney (1809): electronic edition
John Flaxman, Compositions From the Works Days and Theogony of Hesiod (1817): electronic edition
Separate Prints and Prints in Series
Designed and Engraved by Blake
A Large Book of Designs (1796): electronic edition
A Small Book of Designs (1796): electronic edition
Deaths Door (1805): electronic edition
Illustrations of the Book of Job (1823-26): electronic edition
Blake's Illustrations of Dante (1826-27): electronic edition
George Cumberland's Card (1827): electronic edition
Designed by Blake and Engraved by Other Engravers
Engraved by Blake After Designs by Other Artists
Portrait of George Romney (1803-05): electronic edition
Color Printed Drawings
The Large Color Printed Drawings of 1795 and c. 1805 (1795): electronic edition
Drawings and Paintings
Pencil Sketches
Sketches for Robert Blair's “The Grave” (1805-06): electronic edition
Sketchbook Containing Drawings for the Engraved Illustrations to the Book of Job (1823): electronic edition
Pen and Ink Drawings
Monochrome Wash Drawings
Drawings for Mary Wollstonecraft's “Original Stories from Real Life” (1791): electronic edition
Drawings for Robert Blair's “The Grave” (1805): electronic edition
Drawings for “The Pastorals of Virgil” (1820): electronic edition
Water Color Drawings
Illustrations to the Bible (c. 1780-1824): electronic edition
Illustrations to Gray's “Poems” (c. 1797-98): electronic edition
Illustrations to Milton's “Comus”, The Thomas Set (1801): electronic edition
Illustrations to Robert Blair's “The Grave” (1805): electronic edition
Preliminary Illustrations to Robert Blair's “The Grave” (c. 1805-07): electronic edition
Illustrations to the Book of Job, The Butts Set (c. 1805-06 and c. 1821-27): electronic edition
Illustrations to Milton's “Paradise Lost”, The Thomas Set (1807): electronic edition
Illustrations to Milton's “Paradise Lost”, The Butts Set (1808): electronic edition
Illustrations to Milton's “On the Morning of Christ's Nativity”, The Thomas Set (1809): electronic edition
Illustrations to Milton's “Comus”, The Butts Set (c. 1815): electronic edition
Illustrations to Milton's “On the Morning of Christ's Nativity”, The Butts Set (c. 1815): electronic edition
Illustrations to Milton's “L'Allegro” and “Il Penseroso” and Descriptions of “L'Allegro” and “Il Penseroso” Designs (c. 1816-20): electronic edition
Illustrations to Milton's “Paradise Regained” (c. 1816-20): electronic edition
Illustrations to the Book of Job, The Linnell Set (1821): electronic edition
Illustrations to Milton's “Paradise Lost”, The Linnell Set (1822): electronic edition
Illustrations to Dante's “Divine Comedy” (1824-27): electronic edition
Paintings
Illustrations to the Bible (c. 1799-1803): electronic edition
Manuscripts and Typographic Works
Manuscripts
An Island in the Moon (c. 1784-85): electronic edition
The Pickering Manuscript (c. 1807): electronic edition
Illustrations to Milton's “L'Allegro” and “Il Penseroso” and Descriptions of “L'Allegro” and “Il Penseroso” Designs (c. 1816-20): electronic edition
The Order in which the Songs of Innocence & of Experience ought to be paged & placed (c. 1821 or later?): electronic edition
Letters
Letters (1800-1805, 1825-27): electronic edition
Typographic Editions

Dates are the probable dates of composition.

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