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Abriendo Puertas “In the universe, there are things that are known, and things that are unknown, and in between, there are doors.” ― William Blake

Abriendo Puertas “In the universe, there are things that are known, and things that are unknown, and in between, there are doors.

‘The Blossom: Merry, Merry Sparrow’ from ‘Songs of Innocence and of Experience’ (circa 1825). Relief etching printed in orange-brown ink and hand-coloured with watercolour and gold by William Blake (1757–1827 ).Image and text courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art

‘The Blossom: Merry, Merry Sparrow’ from ‘Songs of Innocence and of Experience’ (circa Relief etching printed in orange-brown ink and hand-coloured with watercolour and gold by William Blake ).Image and text courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Artwork page for ‘Los and Orc’, William Blake, c.1792-3 This watercolour shows two of the characters in Blake’s mythology. Los has chained his son Orc to a rock in a fit of jealousy. He regrets this too late: Orc’s limbs have become rooted in the rock. The sombre mood is conveyed by the dark colour which Blake chose to dominate the scene. He used a pure brown ochre for the entire background. Orc’s shadow is a grey wash. The light falling on the figures’ flesh is shown with paint mixed from…

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William Blake's illustrations of Paradise Lost - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Blake Croped section from a plate in Blake's "Milton:A Poem" Copy C currently held at the New York Public Library. Image is Object 34 in the copy, hand-coloured after printing. This version depicts the relationship of the Four Zoas.New York Public Library

“To my eye Rubens’ colouring is most contemptible. His shadows are a filthy brown somewhat the colour of excrement.” ~William Blake British Romantic Writer and Painter and Illustrator, 1757-1827 #color #quote

“To my eye Rubens’ colouring is most contemptible. His shadows are a filthy brown somewhat the colour of excrement.” ~William Blake British Romantic Writer and Painter and Illustrator,

1794.William Blake - The First Book of Urizen,Plate 10, "12- Los Howld in a Dismal Stupor...."(Bentley 7) -brown print and watercolor on cream-colored paper (Color-printed relief etching in orange-brown with watercolor on moderately thick,slightly textured, cream wove paper) 152 х105 mm. Yale Center for British Art.

Print made by William Blake, British, The First Book of Urizen, Plate Los Howld in a Dismal Stupor….” (Bentley Color-printed relief etching in orange-brown with.

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