Artist
William Blake (1757‑1827)
Title
The Circle of the Lustful: Francesca da Rimini ('The Whirlwind of Lovers')
Date 1826-7, reprinted 1892
MediumLine engraving on paper
Dimensionsimage: 243 x 335 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
A00005
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William Blake, 'The Circle of the Lustful: Francesca da Rimini ('The Whirlwind of Lovers'), 1826-7, reprinted 1892
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