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Damien Hirst's favourite art - in pictures As part of his week-long digital takeover, Damien Hirst talks through some of the artworks that have influenced his career – from a William Blake work that reminds him of David Lynch to an unforgettable Francis Bacon from the guardian online.
William Blake's extraordinary painting The Ghost Of A Flea, painted: c. 1819-20. Tempera heightened with gold on mahogany. In the collection of the Tate Gallery, England. (John Varley – an artist, astrologer and close friend of Blake – reported in his 'Treatise on Zodiacal Physiognomy'  that Blake was once visited by the ghost of a flea.) Information from the BBC/Tate.
William Blake (1757–1827) | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
William Blake - Christ in the Sepulchre, Guarded by Angels
William Blake's poem about the lamb and the Lamb of God. I often ask my little white bunny, Fluffin, "Little lamb, who made thee? Dost thou know who made thee?" xoxoxo
William Blake - Nebuchadnezzar (Tate Britain) - Nebuchadnezzar (Blake) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pau Sabria Noikoon (^_^) I wish I still had mine. It fell apart...but I will always remember it. ♥
Christ as the Redeemer of Man by William Blake, Watercolor on paper
Satan in his Original Glory: 'Thou wast Perfect till Iniquity was Found in Thee' - William Blake, circa 1805
The Ghost of a Flea by William Blake
William Blake -- Epitome of James Hervey's 'Meditations among the Tombs' circa 1820-5