The First Temptation—' Command that these stones be made bread.'.
 Blake, William, 1757-1827

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Title:The First Temptation—" Command that these stones be made bread."
Notes:

Illustration from "Paradise Regained" by John Milton.

"For Blake, inspiration and vision are not to be learned: they can only be received. You either have them or you do not. He distrusted learning, artifice, the acquisition of skills, the attainments of reason...But he knew his Bible initmately, and professed himself a Christian." [from English Spirituality: From 1700 to the Present Day, by Gordon Mursell. Westminster John Knox Press, 2001, p. 53]

Date:1816-1825
Artist:Blake, William, 1757-1827
Object/Function:Watercolor

Scripture:Luke 4:1-13
Matthew 4:1-11
Lectionary links:CLent01
ALent01
BLent01
General Subject:Temptation of Christ
ICONCLASS Number:Luke 4:1-13
Matthew 4:1-11

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Bibliographic Source:English spirituality: from 1700 to the Present Day
Author:Mursell, Gordon
Publisher:Westminster John Knox Press
Date:2001