The images below come from William Blake's book Auguries of Innocence  which was published by the Gehenna Press in 1959. The images in the book were printed from wood engravings done by Leonard Baskin. Only 250 copies of the book were printed for the Print Club of Philedelphia. Leonard Baskin felt that this book was a a milestone in his printing, as he said "Nothing grand or stunning but spaces spread and contained with a just nicety and rules deployed with grace and subtlety and bits of color judiciously used." Click on the thumbnails below to see the image full size.

Auguries 1
Auguries 2