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La tinieblas de la luna

La tinieblas de la luna

... from 'Paradise Lost' by John Milton (1608-1674) ~ Blind and jobless, Milton sold world publishing rights to 'Paradise Lost' for £10, in 1667

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from 'Paradise Lost' by John Milton ~ Blind and jobless, Milton sold world publishing rights to 'Paradise Lost' for in 1667

John Milton's epic English Language poem, Paradise Lost. Doré's artwork is truly inspired.

theshipthatflew: Milton’s Paradise Lost, illustrated by Gustave Dore, New York: Collier, 1866 Scanned by me! Unfortunately my scanner is too small to get the cover in its entirety.

When I own a castle in Scotland I hope it has an Abbey in ruins that looks just like this

I love abandoned architecture, there is something so elemental about the reclaimation of buildings by nature sleeping beauty fairytale castle art photography grimm and fairy magical places

theladyinthegraveyard:  Gustave Doré illustration for Milton’s Paradise Lost…

theladyinthegraveyard: Gustave Doré illustration for Milton’s Paradise Lost And God said, let the Waters generate Reptile with Spawn abundant, living Soul: And let Fowl fly above the Earth, with wings Displayed on the op’n Firmament of Heav’n.

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