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St. John on Patmos: Illustration from the Book of Hours (Ms. [manuscript] Library of Congress. Rosenwald ms. 10)
Book of hours (Ms. Library of Congress. Rosenwald ms. 10), 1524. The Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection, catalog no. 14.
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Title page: Illustration from William Blake's The Book of Urizen.
William Blake. The Book of
Urizen.
.Lambeth, [ca. 1815].
The Lessing J. Rosenwald
Collection, catalog no. 1807.
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