The Blasphemer  

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"The Blasphemer"[1] (1800) is a watercolour design by William Blake.

It illustrates lines from Leviticus in the Old Testament and shows an Israelite man being stoned for blasphemy. It was part of a group of 135 drawings and paintings of biblical subjects by Blake, commissioned by his patron Thomas Butts.

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