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Gustave Dore

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"Down, down; bend low Thy knees; behold God's angel: (Canto II., lines 29-30) - Gustave Dore

behind the lid Of a great monument we stood retired. (Canto XI., lines 6-7) - Gustave Dore
behind the lid Of a great monument we stood retired. (Canto XI., lines 6-7) - Gustave Dore

Ezekiel Prophesying - Gustave Dore
Ezekiel Prophesying - Gustave Dore

Be to mine eyes the remedy (Canto XXVI., line 15) - Gustave Dore
Be to mine eyes the remedy (Canto XXVI., line 15) - Gustave Dore

The Betrayal - Gustave Dore
The Betrayal - Gustave Dore

"Name thee, or not a hair shall tarry here!" (Canto XXXII., line 98) - Gustave Dore

Deborah's Song Of Triumph - Gustave Dore
Deborah's Song Of Triumph - Gustave Dore

Ye host of heaven! whose glory I survey (Canto XVIII., line 126) - Gustave Dore
Ye host of heaven! whose glory I survey (Canto XVIII., line 126) - Gustave Dore

A ladder, which my ken pursued in vain, (Canto XXI., line 29) - Gustave Dore
A ladder, which my ken pursued in vain, (Canto XXI., line 29) - Gustave Dore

But whose velvet violet lining with the lamplight gloating o'er She shall press, ah, nevermore! - Gustave Dore
But whose velvet violet lining with the lamplight gloating o'er She shall press, ah, nevermore! - Gustave Dore

Sisera Slain By Jael - Gustave Dore
Sisera Slain By Jael - Gustave Dore

He, soon as he saw That I was weeping, answer'd (Canto I., lines 87-88) - Gustave Dore
He, soon as he saw That I was weeping, answer'd (Canto I., lines 87-88) - Gustave Dore

Sorrow for the lost Lenore. - Gustave Dore
Sorrow for the lost Lenore. - Gustave Dore

a panther, nimble, light, (Canto I., line 30) - Gustave Dore
a panther, nimble, light, (Canto I., line 30) - Gustave Dore

A lady young and beautiful, I dream'd, (Canto XXVII., line 105) - Gustave Dore
A lady young and beautiful, I dream'd, (Canto XXVII., line 105) - Gustave Dore

Love brought us to one death: Caina waits (Canto V., line 105) - Gustave Dore
Love brought us to one death: Caina waits (Canto V., line 105) - Gustave Dore

Now was the day departing, and the air, (Canto II., line 1) - Gustave Dore
Now was the day departing, and the air, (Canto II., line 1) - Gustave Dore

Open here I flung the shutter. - Gustave Dore
Open here I flung the shutter. - Gustave Dore

Arrival Of The Samaritan At The Inn - Gustave Dore
Arrival Of The Samaritan At The Inn - Gustave Dore

Here the brute Harpies make their nest. (Canto XIII., line 41) - Gustave Dore
Here the brute Harpies make their nest. (Canto XIII., line 41) - Gustave Dore

Made my bent knees and eye submissive pay Due reverence; (Canto I., line 57-58) - Gustave Dore
Made my bent knees and eye submissive pay Due reverence; (Canto I., line 57-58) - Gustave Dore

The Angel At The Sepulcher - Gustave Dore
The Angel At The Sepulcher - Gustave Dore

I once was Pia (Canto V., line 143) - Gustave Dore
I once was Pia (Canto V., line 143) - Gustave Dore

The Dumb Man Possessed - Gustave Dore
The Dumb Man Possessed - Gustave Dore

?Here I opened wide the door;?Darkness there, and nothing more.	 - Gustave Dore
?Here I opened wide the door;?Darkness there, and nothing more. - Gustave Dore



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Paintings of the day

Portrait of Eleanora di Toledo 1560 - Agnolo Bronzino
Portrait of Eleanora di Toledo 1560 - Agnolo Bronzino
Sailing boats with brig in the background - (after) Miles Edmund Cotman
Sailing boats with brig in the background - (after) Miles Edmund Cotman
A panoramic view of London from Westminster looking east towards St. Paul's Cathedral - English School
A panoramic view of London from Westminster looking east towards St. Paul's Cathedral - English School
The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri (Folio 11) - Don Simone Camaldolese
The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri (Folio 11) - Don Simone Camaldolese
Landscape with Figures - Gaspard Dughet
Landscape with Figures - Gaspard Dughet
Gabrielle Seated - Pierre Auguste Renoir
Gabrielle Seated - Pierre Auguste Renoir
St Andrew on the Cross - Frans the younger Francken
St Andrew on the Cross - Frans the younger Francken
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Art News

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