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Dante's Divine Comedy - Inferno (excerpts and drawings by Gustave Dore) Rodin Exploration- influences on his sculptures

La Divina Commedia (Dante Alighieri) by Gustave Doré 1861

The 9 Levels of Purgatory as described by Dante Alighieri in Purgatorio, the second part of Divine Comedy.

La Divina Commedia (Dante Alighieri) by Gustave Doré 1861

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

Purgatory: Dante with Pope Adrian V. Creator: Doré, Gustave Date: c.1868

Purgatory: Dante with Pope Adrian V. Creator: Doré, Gustave Date:

Dore Illustrations for Dante's Divine Comedy - The She Wolf

Portrait of Dante Alighieri   from title page of book edited by Francesco Sansovino Venice – 1564

Portrait of Dante Alighieri from title page of book edited by Francesco Sansovino Venice – 1564

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Ilustraciones fantásticas de Gustave Doré

Dante among the Proud by Doré, Gustave Medium: Engraving Source: The vision of Purgatory and Paradise by Dante Alighieri (London and New York: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin

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

Inferno, Canto X: Many artists have attempted to illustrate Dante Alighieri's epic poem the Divine Comedy, but none have made such an indelible stamp on our collective imagination as the Frenchman Gustave Doré.