SATAN SPEAKS WITH SIN AND DEATH: PARADISE LOST - GUSTAVE DORE

"Satan speaks with Sin and Death: 'Paradise Lost'", Illustration by Paul Gustave Dorè.

"In my midlife, I found myself in the middle of a dark forest" Divine Comedy, Inferno by Gustave Doré (1832-1883)

"In my midlife, I found myself in the middle of a dark forest," Divine Comedy, Inferno, illustrated by Gustave Doré -

La vision des ossements desséchés – Gustave Doré (Détail, 1865) #undead #skeletons

Gustave Dore ~”The Vision of the Valley of Dry Bones”, 1866

Gustave Doré - Illustration de "La Divine Comédie" de Dante Alighieri - L'Enfer, Chant 10, lignes 25-42.

Dore's scenes for lighting and dramatic mood. The Inferno, Canto 10 (Gustave Dore' Illustration)

Gustave Dore  - Paradise Lost---Dore is one of my favorite illustrators, hands down.

DORÉ, Gustave Satan descends upon Earth (Illustration for John Milton’s Paradise Lost) 1866 Engraving Ed. Ed.

Gustave DORE

The Divine Comedy, Purgatorio, Canto 9 by Gustave Doré. Dante Carried Away by an Eagle.

Camelot, by Gustave Doré. 1868. Painted for "Idylls of the King" by Lord Alfred Tennyson.

/// Camelot, engraving by Gustave Doré to illustrate the Arthurian poems in Idylls of the King, by Lord Alfred Tennyson,

The Gnarled Monster by Gustave Dore, 1870

The Gnarled Monster by Gustave Dore, 1870

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