William Blake (1757‑1827)
Job's Despair
Date 1825, reprinted 1874
MediumLine engraving on paper
Dimensionsimage: 199 x 150 mm
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 Art Fund 1919
On display at Tate Britain
Theme: BP Spotlights
William Blake, 'Job's Despair, 1825, reprinted 1874
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William Blake,
'Job's Despair', 1825, reprinted 1874
Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Bt,
'Study of Heads for a Pietà'date not known
Frederic, Lord Leighton,
'Death of the First Born', published 1881
John Linnell,
'[title not known]', published 1843
Robert Smirke,
'[title not known]', published 1818
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Rispah', 1812
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Rispah, engraved by Robert Dunkarton', 1812
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'The Tenth Plague of Egypt', 1816
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'The Tenth Plague of Egypt, engraved by William Say', 1816
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Tenth Plague of Egypt', c.1806-7
Benjamin West,
'Cleombrotus Ordered into Banishment by Leonidas II, King of Sparta', 1768
John Simpson,
'Head of a Man (?Ira Frederick Aldridge)', exhibited 1827
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'A Subject from the Runic Superstitions ...', exhibited 1808
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'The Tenth Plague of Egypt', exhibited 1802
William Hogarth,
'Sigismunda Mourning over the Heart of Guiscardo', 1759
Frank Holl,
'Hushed', 1877
Frank Bramley,
'A Hopeless Dawn', 1888
George Frederic Watts,
'Eve Repentant', c.1865-97
Frederic, Lord Leighton,
'Study for 'The Discovery of Juliet Apparently Lifeless'', c.1858
Henry Hugh Armstead,
'Hero and Leander', c.1875