Citation"The Just Upright Man is Laughed to Scorn (The Book of Job)
(William Blake) , 1943.426,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Feb 29, 2024, https://hvrd.art/o/297946.
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At center-left, a man with white hair and a long beard, bare-chested with only a cloth around his waist and legs, kneels on the ground. He looks upward at a dark cloudy sky as tears fall from his eyes. His hands are outstretched down and in front of him, showing his arms and chest covered in blisters. At left, a woman crouching beside him looks up at him with an angry expression. At right, three bearded, robed men lined up in profile, all point with both hands at the man. In the distance at left, a stone structure rises and dark mountains are seen beyond.