File:Blake's plate for Blair's Grave 1805 (white line-.png

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A plate given the title 'Deaths Door", text found on the tomb in the image, which was intended for the 1805 publication of Blair's poem "The Grave". white line and hand tinted etching
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Collection of Robert N. Essick
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Converted to PNG. Original scan in the at http://www.blakearchive.org/exist/blake/archive/copyinfo.xq?copyid=esxiii.1 id=esxiii.1 . Full provenance is assumed to begin with an acquisition from Blake by Samuel Palmer
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Other versions Frontispiece for The Sanity of William Blake

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