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Gustave Dore: Heavenly host - Upon reaching the Ninth Heaven, the Primum Mobile, Dante and his guide Beatrice look upon the sparkling circles of the heavenly host.

Gustave Doré’s Dramatic Illustrations of Dante’s Divine Comedy

The Celestial Rose, from La Divina Commedia by Dante Alighieri, illustrated by Gustave Doré. It's incredible how inseparable Doré's etchings are from the book itself, despite being created centuries apart.

(Paradise) Celestial Rose : he saintly throng in the shape of a rose Creator: Doré, Gustave Date: Medium: engraving

Divine Comedy

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A Gustav Doré woodcut illustration from The Divine Comedy: The Inferno: Canto

And seems a moving land and at his gills Draws in, and at his trunk spouts out, a sea — Gustave Dore | Biblioklept

Gustave Doré - "Le Léviathan" - Le Paradis perdu (Paradise Lost) est un…

Paradiso  Canto Fourteen Painting

Paradiso Canto Fourteen Greeting Card by Gustave Dore

Goliat be decapitated

David raising huge head of Goliath with foot on body - King David: Man or

Tarot Egipcio-Angel Metratón-Autor del Tarot

original wood engraving by gustave dore, the vision of the golden ladder, dantes inferno

—Saint Jean et Astolphe arrivent sur la lune pour y récupérer le bon sens du paladin Roland Chant XXXIV, stance 70 : « Ils entrent dans l’empire de la lune. » Dessin de Gustave Doré, gravure sur bois de Charles Barbant. Planche hors texte imprimée dans Roland furieux, poème héroïque de L’Arioste, traduit par A.-J. du Pays et illustré de 618 dessins par Gustave Doré. Hachette et Cie (Paris), 1879, p. 443. BnF, Réserve des livres rares, Smith Lesouëf R-6551 © Bibliothèque nationale de France

Gustave Doré, Orlando Furioso by L' Arioste,

Ilustración: Paraíso, canto V, por Gustave Doré para 'La Divina Comedia' de Dante Alighieri

Gustave Doré, glowing souls, Paradiso V

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Gustave Dore   Dante and Beatrice Ascend to the sphere of Mars

c1880 Dante Alighieri The Divine Comedy Gustave Dore Vision Purgatory Paradise

1880 Dante Alighieri The Divine Comedy Gustave Dore Vision Purgatory Paradise

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you-need-satan: “ Gustave Dore “Harpies in the Forest of Suicides” (Canto XIII, Inferno, Divine Comedy, by Dante Alighieri) ”

Gustave Doré

by Gustave Doré--Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Beatrice and Dante - Beatrice Portinari Dante fell in love with Beatrice when he was only nine years old, but would love her all his life. Unfortunately his parents signed a contract for him to marry someone else, so he and Beatrice could never become a couple. Then she tragically died when he was 25. Yet in his writings, she was everywhere. She appeared briefly to him in Inferno, then escorted him through heaven in Paradiso. Here we see them together at last.

Illustrations for Dan Brown's Inferno

Gustave Doré (Illustrations of Divine Comedy – Heaven — Ilustraciones para La Divina Comedia – Paraíso) | La Exuberancia de Hades

Gustave Doré (Illustrations of Divine Comedy – Heaven — Ilustraciones para La Divina Comedia – Paraíso)

Gustave Doré (Illustrations of Divine Comedy – Heaven — Ilustraciones para La Divina Comedia – Paraíso) | La Exuberancia de Hades

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