Plate 8, numbered "7" on the plate; a landscape with stone monuments and a hill in the background; to the right, Job sits beside a building, nude, partially covered with a blanket; his wife kneels behind him; to the left, three men walk towards them, their arms raised; borders engraved with pictures and text, the line under the design beginning "And when they lifted up their eyes...". 1826 Engraving

An01289508 001 l

Thing

In Series
Illustrations of The Book of Job
Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
print, book
School
British
Techniques
engraving

People

Depicted
Job
Printmaker
Blake, William
Publisher
Linnell, John

Place

In Gallery
Blake cupboard
Published In
London

Time

Acquired In
1847
Made
1826

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