- Museum number
Object: The Little Girl Lost [continued]
Object: The Little Girl Found
Series: Songs Of Innocence and Of Experience: Shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul
Series: Songs of Experience
Copy A, plate 43: numbered "13" by Blake; the plate divided into 2 sections; upper section with the end of "The Little Girl Lost": a gowned female figure reclining under a tree, in a wood, raising herself on her right hand; above, 12 lines of verse beginning "Leopards, tygers play"; lower section with the beginning of "The Little Girl Found": illustrated right with a tyger under a tree, in a landscape; to the left, 14 lines of verse beginning "All the night in woe"; also, the word "Famishd", indicating a continuation onto the next plate. 1794
Hand-coloured relief etching printed in olive-brown ink
- Production date
Height: 110 millimetres
Width: 67 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For commentary on "Songs Of Innocence and Of Experience" copy A, see 1924,0726.1.1.
This plate was originally part of "Songs of Innocence", but was later regularly included in "Songs of Experience".
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- For acquisition notes see 1924,0726.1.1.
- Prints and Drawings
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