1566 – Witch picture

Physical description:
Colour reproduction of an atmospheric print by William Blake, showing three figures, one with her hand resting on a book, with an ass, an owl, a bat-like creature, and some kind of toad or reptile.
Museum classification:
Images of Witchcraft
Size:
285 x 355
Information:
'The Night of Enitharmon's Joy', formerly known as 'Hecate', c. 1795. Tate Collection. Enitharmon is a sinister goddess-figure invented by Blake, who features in his poem 'Europe: a Prophecy', which he claimed was dictated to him by a spirit.
Resource:
Picture
Materials:
Paper
'The Night of Enitharmon's Joy', formerly known as 'Hecate', c. 1795. Tate Collection. Enitharmon is a sinister goddess-figure invented by Blake, who features in his poem 'Europe: a Prophecy', which he claimed was dictated to him by a spirit.