- Museum number
- Series: Jerusalem: The Emanation of The Giant Albion
Copy A, plate 41; lower panel: two horned beasts with bearded men's heads, ridden by demons; they are harnessed to a chariot formed of serpents, on which sit a man and a woman; above, 28 lines of verse beginning "Bath, mild Physician of Eternity". 1804-1821
Relief etching, white-line etching, printed in very dark green ink; grey wash and black ink applied with a brush and perhaps a pen
- Production date
Height: 224 millimetres
Width: 162 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For commentary on the series "Jerusalem: The Emanation of The Giant Albion" see 1847,0318.93.1.
This plate is numbered 41 in "Jerusalem" copies A, C & F, but 46 in copies D & E.
For commentary on the ordering of plates in "Jerusalem" see 1847,0318.93.29.
In this plate, upper text panel is relief etched; lower panel with illustration is entirely in relief etching.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2000 April-June, Helsinki City Art Gallery, 'William Blake'
2000 Sep-Nov, Prague Castle, 'William Blake'
2000/1 Nov-Feb, London, Tate Britain, 'William Blake'
2001 Mar-Jun, NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 'William Blake'
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- For acquisition notes see 1847,0318.93.1.
- Prints and Drawings
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