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“The vision of the valley of dry bones” by Gustave Doré from “The Holy Bible with Illustrations”

deathandmysticism: Gustave Doré, Ezekiel’s vision of the Valley of Dry Bones, 1866

The Children Destroyed by Bears - Gustave Dore  Completion Date: 1866 Style: Romanticism Series: The Holy Bible Genre: religious painting Technique: engraving Tags: animals, Christianity, children, bears

The Children Destroyed by Bears - Gustave Dore Completion Date: 1866 Style: Romanticism Series: The Holy Bible Genre: religious painting Technique: engraving Tags: animals, Christianity, children, bears

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (part –I)

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Gustave Doré (Jonnard, engraver), Plate Wedding-Guest sat on a stone: He can not chuse but hear.

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Gustave dore crusades troubadours singing the glories of the crusades - Gustave Doré - Wikimedia Commons

LENORE

Gustave Doré’s Hauntingly Beautiful 1883 Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”

The Divine Comedy

In which Dore depicts Dante saying something jerky to the Minotaur.

Mohammed by gustave dore - Gustave Doré - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

“ Gustave Dore’s illustrations for Dante’s Divine Comedy & John Milton’s Paradise Lost ”

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