The Doré Illustrations for Dante's Divine Comedy: 136 Plates
Gustave Dore (1832-83) was perhaps the most successful illustrator of the nineteenth century. His Dore Bible was a treasured possession in countless homes, and his best-received works continued to appear through the years in edition after edition. His illustrations for Dante's "Divine Comedy "constitute one of his most highly regarded efforts and were Dore's personal favorites.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - TheIdleWoman - LibraryThing
A fantastic reference work for Dore's superb engravings for Dante. To my mind, Dore is the artist who captured the feel of Dante's poem most accurately, and it's great to have all his work for the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Big_Bang_Gorilla - LibraryThing
As ever, Dover performed a praiseworthy service to the reading community with this freestanding edition of the masterful Dore illustrations to the Divine Comedy for those who don't want to find the ... Read full review