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Title(s):

Job rebuked by his friends Illustrations for the Book of Job

Maker:

Blake, William; draughtsman; British artist, 1757-1827

Category:

drawing

Name:

drawing

School/Style:

British

Production
Note:

For plate 10.

Technique:

drawing

Material(s):

graphite; medium
grey wash; medium
blue wash; medium
rice paper; support

Technique
Description:

graphite with grey and blue washes on paper

Dimension(s):

height, 89, mm
width, 124, mm

Acquisition:

bequeathed; 1950; Riches, Thomas Henry

Provenance:

John Linnell (d. 1882); the Linnell Trustees; John Linnell sale, Christie's, 15 March 1918 (150), bt. by Messrs. Carfax for T.H. Riches (for 480 gns); Mrs T.H. Riches

Acquisition Credit:

Bequeathed 1935.

Inscription(s):

; on wrapper (applies to all in series); ink; These are Mr Blakes reduced Drawings / & studies for the Engravings of The Book of Job / Done for me / John Linnell; the wrapper is made from two folded leaves of W. Hayley's 'Ballads', 1802, for which Blake made a number of engravings
; upper right; graphite; 10

Exhibition(s):

Works by William Blake. 1913-10 - 1913-12
Venue: Tate Gallery, London?
Catalogue number: 83

Works by William Blake (Whitworth). 1914-02 - 1914-03
Venue: Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
Catalogue number: 116-21

Works by William Blake (Nottingham). 1914-04
Venue: Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Nottingham
Catalogue number: 75-8

Works by William Blake and David Scott. 1914-05 - 1914-07
Venue: National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh
Catalogue number: 82-5

William Blake's Illustrations to the Book of Job. 1997-10-27 - 1998-01-12
Venue: Museum of Fine Arts, Virginia, Virginia

William Blake and the Book of Job. 1998-06-14 - 1998-10-25
Organiser: The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (Cambs.), UK
Venue: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Catalogue number: 31

Documentation:

Bindman, David. 1970. William Blake: catalogue of the Blake collection in the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge.Cambridge (Cambs.): W. Heffer and Sons Ltd.p. 45-9
Cat. no. 39.12, plate 49.

Keynes, Geoffrey. 1949. Blake Studies.p. 119-34
C. XII, 'The history of the Job designs'.

Binyon, Laurence. Keynes, Geoffrey. 1935. Illustrations to the Book of Job by William Blake.p. 20-49
I, fascicle IV, the complete set in colour.

Keynes, Geoffrey. 1956. The Letters of William Blake.p. 183-4, 196

Keynes, Geoffrey. 1927. Pencil drawings by William Blake.
Plates 57-78

Related Object(s):

PD.26-1950; Job and his family
PD.27-1950; Job and his family
PD.28-1950; Satan before the throne of God
PD.29-1950; Job's sons and daughters overwhelmed by Satan
PD.30-1950; The Messengers tell Job of his misfortunes
PD.31-1950; Satan going forth from the presence of God
PD.32-1950; Satan smiting job with boils
PD.33-1950; Job's comforters
PD.34-1950; Job's despair
PD.35-1950; A spirit passes before Job's face
PD.37-1950; Job's evil dreams
PD.38-1950; The Wrath of Elihu
PD.39-1950; The Lord answering Job out of the whirlwind
PD.40-1950; The Lord answering Job out of the whirlwind
PD.41-1950; Behemoth and Leviathan
PD.42-1950; The fall of Satan
PD.43-1950; The vision of Christ
PD.44-1950; Job's sacrifice
PD.45-1950; Every man also gave him a piece of money
PD.46-1950; Rejected design for Every man also gave him a piece of money
PD.47-1950; Job and his daughters
PD.48-1950; Job and his family restored to prosperity
PD.48A-1950; Two sketches for the daughter kneeling at the right of Job's wife in pl. I, Job and his family

Accession:

Object Number: PD.36-1950
(Paintings, Drawings and Prints)
(record id: 17555; input: 2000-12-15; modified: 2012-04-20)

Permanent
Identifier:

http://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/object/17555





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