PIERPONT MORGAN LIBRARY. Illustrations of the Book of Job by William Blake.
Being all the water-colour designs, pencil drawings, and engravings reproduced
in facsimile. Introduction by
Laurence Binyon and
Geoffrey Keynes. In 6
fascicules. New York, 1935.
The definitive work on the subject.
W. GRAHAM ROBERTSON. The Blake Collection of W. Graham Robertson. Introduction by
Kerrison Preston. 64 plates. London, 1952.
(Published for the William Blake Trust.)
ALBERT S. ROE. Blake's Illustrations to the Divine Comedy. 103 plates. Princeton, New Jersey, 1953.
A. G. B. RUSSELL. The Engravings of William Blake. 32 plates. London, 1912.
Includes a catalogue of the engravings of his own designs and of others (but only the separate plates).
The Illustrations of William Blake for Thornton's Virgil, with the First Eclogue and the Imitation by Ambrose Philips. Reproduced together with 8 blocks in their original state, 16 pencil designs and a set of electro-type prints from the wood- blocks. Introduction by Geoffrey Keynes. London, 1937.
JOSEPH H. WICKSTEED. Blake's Vision of the Book of Job. Fully illustrated. London, 1910. 2nd ed. London and New York, 1924.
The standard biography of Blake at present is:
MONA WILSON. The Life of William Blake. New edition. London, 1948.
The first edition was published by the Nonesuch Press, 1927.
The Complete Writings of William Blake, edited by Geoffrey Keynes (Variorum edition, in one volume, verse lines numbered), Nonesuch Press, London, 1967.