Songs of Innocence by William Blake interior page, a large green vine is wrapped around several stanzas of a poem, the title of the poem is "The Divine Image", Figures in white are in the corners of the page on the vine.

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Title

Songs of Innocence by William Blake interior page, a large green vine is wrapped around several stanzas of a poem, the title of the poem is "The Divine Image", Figures in white are in the corners of the page on the vine.

Description

Photographic scan of interior of Songs of Innocence, William Blake, 1794. Page is cream paper with a smaller plate printed near the middle of the page. The plate has type in brown ink and relief etching illustrations in brown ink and watercolor. The plate features a poem called “The Divine Image” in hand-cut serif type, with the body of the poem surrounded by illustrations of twisting vines and small, sprite-like figures in various positions. The top and bottom of the plate have light blue watercolor backgrounds. Page is laid on black background.

Creator

William Blake

Date

1789

Bibliographic Citation

Blake, William. Songs of Innocence. London, 1926 (1789).

Citation

William Blake, “Songs of Innocence by William Blake interior page, a large green vine is wrapped around several stanzas of a poem, the title of the poem is "The Divine Image", Figures in white are in the corners of the page on the vine.,” Gallery, accessed February 8, 2023, http://gallerytemp.reclaim.hosting/items/show/5672.