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The Blake Room

Upper level Clore Gallery
William Blake, ‘The Ghost of a Flea’ c.1819–20
William Blake, The Ghost of a Flea c.1819–20. Tate

See a new selection of works by the visionary artist and poet, William Blake

Showcasing paintings, prints and watercolours from the Tate’s unrivalled collection, this display provides an overview of William Blake’s unique and original art.

Curated by Martin Myrone

William Blake, ‘The Circle of the Lustful: Francesca da Rimini (‘The Whirlwind of Lovers’)’ 1826–7, reprinted 1892
William Blake
The Circle of the Lustful: Francesca da Rimini (‘The Whirlwind of Lovers’) 1826–7, reprinted 1892
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William Blake

1757–1827