Artist
William Blake (1757‑1827)
Title
The Body of Abel Found by Adam and Eve
Date c.1826
MediumInk, tempera and gold on mahogany
Dimensionssupport: 325 x 433 mm frame: 367 x 473 x 44 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Bequeathed by W. Graham Robertson 1949
Reference
N05888
On display at Tate Britain
Theme: BP Spotlights
William Blake, 'The Body of Abel Found by Adam and Eve, c.1826
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