HomeFactopediaBrainoffsRankingsCommunityLog In
You know 0 facts

William Blake


Play a Quick Quiz on William Blake  (it's free)    



'Jerusalem' by William Blake
   has the opening lines   
And Did Those Feet in Ancient Time...
Walk upon England's mountains green?
William Blake
   painted   
The Ancient of Days
1824, etching with watercolor, pen and ink on paper; Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, UK
1757
      
William Blake Was Born
In London, Nov. 28
1789
      
William Blake Published Songs of Innocence
"till We Have Built Jerusalem in England's Green and Pleasant Land"
   are the closing lines of   
And Did Those Feet in Ancient Time by William Blake
1757-1827
William Blake
   lifespan was   
1757-1827
English artist and poet
William Blake
   was born in   
London, England
1757-1827. Was a brilliant and unconventional poet, engraver, and painter
William Blake
   wrote   
Songs of Innocence
1789
"My Bright Mane Forever Shall Shine Like the Gold As I Guard O'er the Fold"
   are the closing lines of   
Night by William Blake
William Blake
   represents   
Romanticism
English Painter
William Blake
   wrote   
Jerusalem
"And did those feet in ancient time Walk upon England's mountains green?"
William Blake
   wrote   
The Tyger
"Tyger! Tyger! burning bright In the forests of the night, What immortal hand or eye Could frame thy fearful symmetry?"
William Blake
   wrote   
The Lamb
"Little lamb, who made thee? Dost thou know who made thee...."
"What Immortal Hand or Eye Dare Frame Thy Fearful Symmetry?"
   are the closing lines of   
The Tygre by William Blake
William Blake
   wrote   
Holy Thursday
" 'Twas on a Holy Thursday, their innocent faces clean, the children walking two and two, in red & blue & green"
Malcolm Arnold
   composed   
"Five William Blake Songs"
William Blake
   was played by Johnny Depp in   
Dead Man (1995)
William Blake
   was played by Johnny Depp in   
L.A. Without a Map (1998)
Golgonooza
   was created by   
William Blake
Holy City of Art, from the poem, "Milton", 1804-1808
Brooks of Arnon
   was created by   
William Blake
Where Milton struggles with the satanic spirit of reason, Urizon, from "Milton"
William Blake
   painted   

Nebuchadnezzar; 1795-1805; English; Symbolism; Tate Britain, London, England; color print, ink and watercolor on paper; 54 x 72 cm
William Blake
   painted   

The Ancient of Days; 1794; English; Symbolism; British Museum, London, England; relief and white-line etching with color printing and hand coloring; 36 x 26 cm
William Blake
   painted   

The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed with the Sun; 1805-1810; English; Symbolism; National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., U.S.A.; pen and ink with watercolor over graphite; 41 x 34 cm
William Blake
   painted   

The Number of the Beast is 666; 1805; English; Symbolism; Tate Gallery, London, England; media unknown; 41 x 34 cm
William Blake
   painted   

The Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed with the Sun; 1803; English; Symbolism; Brooklyn Museum, New York, U.S.A.; watercolor on paper; 43 x 34 cm
William Blake
   painted   

When the Morning Stars Sang Together; 1820; English; Symbolism; Pierpoint Morgan Library, New York, New York, U.S.A.; watercolor on paper; 179 x 280 cm
William Blake
   said   
"It is Easier to Forgive an Enemy That to Forgive a Friend"
Nancy Willard
   wrote   
A Visit to William Blake's Inn
1982






   About - Terms - Privacy Log In