"Comus with His Revellers" is by the English artist, poet and philosopher William Blake (1757-1827). It is a pen and watercolor illustration for John Milton's Comus. This illustration shows Comus, the God of Festivity, holding up the cup of magic while his companions - men and woman with the heads of a bull, a pig, a dog, and a bird - dance with wild abandon. and A women is depicted seated in the foreground against a rock, looking up at the revellers. An angel is looking down from above.