- Museum number
Illustration to Dante's "Divine Comedy", 'Paradiso', Canto XXV - St Peter, St James, Dante and Beatrice with St John Also; three figures each in separate roundels surround kneeling figure in centre, behind him is woman who looks up to right. 1824-27
Graphite, pen and ink, and watercolour
- Production date
Height: 365 millimetres
Width: 520 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Blake's illustrations to Dante were commissioned by John Linnell; it was planned to engrave the series, but the project was interrupted by Blake's death.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1933 BM, Prints and drawings/Campbell Dodgson, 1912-1932, no.123
1978 Jun-Jul, Manchester, Whitworth AG, 'Blake', no. 338
1982 Sep-Nov, New Haven, Yale Center for British Art, 'Blake', no. 116m
1982/3 Dec-Feb, Toronto AG, 'Blake', no. 116m
1990 Sept-Nov, Tokyo, National Museum, Tokyo, 'William Blake'
1996 Feb-Apr, Madrid, Fundacion "la Caixa", William Blake, no.65a
1996 April-June, Barcelona, Centre Cultural, 'William Blake', no.65a
2000 April-June, Helsinki City Art Gallery, 'William Blake'
2000 Sep-Nov, Prague Castle, 'William Blake'
2007 Aug-Nov, Grasmere, Dove Cottage, 'Dante Rediscovered'
2019-2020, 11 Sep-2 Feb, London, Tate Britain, William Blake: The Artist
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Divine Comedy
Associated Title: Paradiso
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Ernest Debenham contributed £100.00 towards the group
- Prints and Drawings
- Registration number