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William Blake, The Ghost of a Flea  Blake was dismissed as mad throughout his life, because he claimed to be directed to art as a spiritual calling, and believed he could see into the spiritual realm.  “I am under the direction of Messengers from Heaven Daily & Nightly.”

William Blake, The Ghost of a Flea Blake was dismissed as mad throughout his life, because he claimed to be directed to art as a spiritual calling, and believed he could see into the spiritual realm. “I am under the direction of Messengers from Heaven Daily & Nightly.”

William Blake Paintings | William Blake Paintings, Drawings, Graphics, Art Printing Gallery

William Blake Paintings | William Blake Paintings, Drawings, Graphics, Art Printing Gallery

William Blake - The ancient of days

William Blake - The ancient of days

Jacob's Ladder - William Blake

Jacob's Ladder - William Blake

William Blake - "The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed in Sun" (1805-1810)

William Blake - "The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed in Sun" (1805-1810)

Love these angels. Maybe more abstract, more color. Either side of fireplace?  william blake - Google Search

William Blake

Love these angels. Maybe more abstract, more color. Either side of fireplace? william blake - Google Search

william blake(1757-1827), oberon, titania and puck with fairies dancing, c. 1786. pencil and watercolor on paper, 47.5 x 67.5 cm. tate, london, uk

william blake(1757-1827), oberon, titania and puck with fairies dancing, c. 1786. pencil and watercolor on paper, 47.5 x 67.5 cm. tate, london, uk

Icarus _ Sir William Blake Richmond, 1887

Icarus _ Sir William Blake Richmond, 1887

William BLAKE,  (1757-1827), The Resurrection, c.1805.  Pen, ink, watercolour, 41.2 x 30 cm.  Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

William BLAKE, (1757-1827), The Resurrection, c.1805. Pen, ink, watercolour, 41.2 x 30 cm. Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

William Blake: The Whirlwind: Ezekiel's Vision of the Cherubim and Eyed Wheels, c.1803.

William Blake: The Whirlwind: Ezekiel's Vision of the Cherubim and Eyed Wheels, c.1803.

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