Artist
William Blake (1757‑1827)
Title
Job and his Family
Date 1828, reprinted 1874
MediumLine engraving on paper
Dimensionsimage: 184 x 150 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased with the assistance of a special grant from the National Gallery and donations from the Art Fund, Lord Duveen and others, and presented through the the Art Fund 1919
Reference
A00012
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William Blake, 'Job and his Family, 1828, reprinted 1874
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William Blake,
'Job and his Family', 1828, reprinted 1874
William Blake,
'Satan before the Throne of God', 1825, reprinted 1874
William Blake,
'The Messengers tell Job of his Misfortunes', 1825, reprinted 1874
William Blake,
'Job and his Family Restored to Prosperity', 1825, reprinted 1874
William Blake,
''Songs of Innocence and of Experience': 'Spring'', 1794, reprinted 1831 or later
William Blake,
'Frontispiece: Thenot and Colinet', 1821/c.1830
William Blake,
'Thenot Remonstrates with Colinet', 1821/c.1830
William Blake,
'Thenot and Colinet Converse Seated between Two Trees', 1821/c.1830
William Blake,
'Thenot Remonstrates with Colinet; Lightfoot in the Distance', 1821/c.1830
William Blake,
'Thenot, with Colinet Waving his Arms in Sorrow', 1821/c.1830
William Blake,
''Nor Fox, nor Wolf, nor Rat among our Sheep'', 1821/c.1830
William Blake,
'Sabrina's Silvery Flood', 1821/c.1830
William Blake,
'Colinet Rests by a Stream at Night', 1821/c.1830
William Blake,
'Thenot and Colinet Folding their Flocks together at Sunset', 1821/c.1830
Edward Calvert,
'The Bride', 1828
Edward Calvert,
'The Ploughman', 1827
Edward Calvert,
'The Brook', 1829
Edward Calvert,
'The Chamber Idyll', 1831
Edward Calvert,
'The Flood', 1829
Edward Calvert,
'Ideal Pastoral Life', 1829