Plates from “The Iliad Of Homer Engraved From The Compositions Of Iohn Flaxman RA Sculptor, London” which was published on March 1, 1805. Living from 1755 to 1826, John Flaxman worked as a modeller for Wedgwood early in his career. Collections of the Royal Academy, London. Two of these engraved by William Blake.

"Hector and Ajax Separated by the Heralds."
“Hector and Ajax Separated by the Heralds: Between their Swords their Peaceful Sceptres Heard.” Plate 13. Tommaso Piroli, engraver, after a drawing by John Flaxman. Collection of the Royal Academy, London. Creative Commons license. via https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/art-artists/work-of-art/hector-and-ajax-separated-by-the-heralds
"Thetis calling Briareus to the assistance of Jupiter: Then call'd by Thee, the monster Titan came, Whom God's Briareus' men Aegean Name." Plate 4.
“Thetis calling Briareus to the Assistance of Jupiter: Then call’d by Thee, the monster Titan came, Whom God’s Briareus’ men Aegean Name.” Plate 4. Tommaso Piroli, engraver after a drawing by Thomas Flaxman. Collections of the Royal Academy, London. Creative Commons license. via https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/art-artists/work-of-art/thetis-calling-briareus-to-the-assistance-of-jupiter
Blake, William; Evans, Robert Harding; Flaxman, John; John and Arthur Arch; Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme; <I>The Iliad of Homer engraved from the Compositions of John Flaxman R.A., sculptor</I>, London 1805; Homer invoking the Muse
“Homer Invoking the Muse: Achilles Wrath to Greece the Direful Spring of Woes Unnumbered, Heavenly Goddess Sing!” Plate 1. William Blake, engraver after John Flaxman. Collections of the Royal Academy, London. Creative Commons license. via https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/art-artists/work-of-art/homer-invoking-the-muse
"Minerva Repressing the Fury of Achilles:
“Minerva Repressing the Fury of Achilles: When Half unsheathed Appeared the Glittering Blade, Minerva swift Descended from Above.” Plate 2. William Blake, engraver after a drawing by John Flaxman. Collections of the Royal Academy, London. Creative Commons license. via https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/art-artists/work-of-art/minerva-repressing-the-fury-of-achilles

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