File:Europe a Prophecy, copy D, object 1 (Bentley 1, Erdman i, Keynes i) British Museum.jpg

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English: Europe a Prophecy
(Copy D, Object 1; Bentley 1, Erdman I, Keynes I; Europe a Prophecy — British Museum)
Date 1794
Medium Relief and white-line etching with color printing and hand coloring.
Dimensions 36.0 x 25.7 cm
Object history Acquired, probably directly from Blake in 1796, by Ozias Humphry; apparently lent by Humphry to George Cumberland, who added the pen and ink inscriptions; bequeathed by Humphry to his son, William Upcott, in 1810; sold after Upcott's death at Evans, the London auction house, 15 June 1846, lot 277, with The Large Book of Designs copy A and The Small Book of Designs copy A "inserted," and with America a Prophecy copy H in the same lot (£7.2s.6d. to the dealer R. H. Evans); possibly acquired by Francis Turner Palgrave; acquired by the British Museum on 25 June 1859.
Notes Copy information is available from the William Blake Archive's record
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