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Beatrice Addressing Dante from the Car

William Blake, 1824 – 1827
Beatrice Addressing Dante from the Car, William Blake
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Beatrice Addressing Dante from the Car is a Symbolist Watercolor and Etching Painting created by William Blake from 1824 to 1827. It lives at the Tate Britain in London. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Allegory, Heaven, Apostles and The Divine Comedy. SourceDownload

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