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4 “Clarence’s Dream,” engraved by Blake after Stothard for William Enfield, The Speaker, 1780 (Bentley & Nurmi #364A). (page 67)

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In his Life of William Blake (1863) Alexander Gilchrist warned his readers that Blake
16, pencil study by Linnell, 1821, half-length with arms crossed, full face. Bindman,ed., Blake: Catalogue of the Collection in the Fitzwilliam Museum, pl. 68.

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Color print, Linnell-Riches-Fitzwilliam Museum copy. Bindman, ed., Blake:Catalogue of the Collection in the Fitzwilliam Museum, pl. 8.
14, pencil study by Linnell, 1820, profile. Story, Life of Linnell,I, 243; Lister, Blake, pl. 30; Bindman, ed., Blake: Catalogue of the Collectionin the Fitzwilliam Museum, pl. 64.

 

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A summary of a classic poem ‘The Lamb’ is one of William Blake’s ‘Songs of Innocence’, and was published in the volume bearing that title in 1789; the equivalent or complementary poem in the later Songs of Experience (1794) is ‘The Tyger’.. The Lamb
Two pen and ink posthumous portraits of Blake by George Richmond (not recorded inKeynes, Bibliography of Blake). Bindman, ed., Blake: Catalogue of theCollection in the Fitzwilliam Museum, pls. 71-72.

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171. Joseph Making Himself Known to His Brethren, water-color, Coleridge-Fitzwilliam Museumversion (31). The Principal Pictures in the Fitzwilliam Museum, 18; Greenough, Home Bible, 50 first section; Blunt, Art of Blake, pl. 8c; Bindman, ed., Blake: Catalogue of the Collection in the Fitzwilliam Museum, pl. 3.


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175. Joseph Ordering Simeon To Be Bound (30). The Principal Pictures in theFitzwilliam Museum, 16; Selincourt, Blake, 255; Bindman, ed., Blake:Catalogue of the Collection in the Fitzwilliam Museum, pl. 2.

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145. Hamlet and the Ghost of His Father, from an extra-illustrated Shakespeare folio in theBritish Museum. Gilchrist, Life of Blake (1880), I, 272; Illustrated LondonNews (Dec. 25, 1954), 1163; Blunt, Art of Blake, pl. 41c; Beer, Blake’sVisionary Universe, fig. 7.

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176. Joseph’s Brethren Bowing before Him (29). The Principal Pictures in theFitzwilliam Museum, 17; Greenough, Home Bible, 46 first section; Bindman, ed., Blake: Catalogue of the Collection in the Fitzwilliam Museum, pl. 1; Todd, Blakethe Artist, 18.

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126. The Finding of Moses (35). Burlington Magazine, IX (1906), 167;Knoblauch, Blake, pl. 7; Selincourt, Blake, 275; BurlingtonClub Catalogue: Blake Centenary Exhibition, pl. V; Binyon, Drawings and Engravings ofBlake, pl. 71; Illustrated London News (July 9, 1949), 67; Greenough, Home Bible, 56first section; Pevsner, The Englishness of English Art, fig. 75a; Preston, ed., Blake Collection of Robertson, pl. 26 (here entitled “Compassion of Pharaoh’s Daughter”);Williams, Early English Watercolours, 195; Keynes, Blake’s Illustrations tothe Bible, pl. II (color); color reproduction by Emery Walker, Ltd.

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180. The Judgment of Solomon (62). Preston, ed., Blake Collection ofRobertson, pl. 30; Bindman, ed., Blake: Catalogue of the Collection in the FitzwilliamMuseum, pl. 9; Todd, Blake the Artist, 101.