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Gustave Dore

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

The Disciples Plucking Corn On The Sabbath - Gustave Dore
The Disciples Plucking Corn On The Sabbath - Gustave Dore

I, who now bid thee on this errand forth, Am Beatrice (Canto II., lines 70-71) - Gustave Dore
I, who now bid thee on this errand forth, Am Beatrice (Canto II., lines 70-71) - Gustave Dore

A widow at his bridle stood, attir'd (Canto X, line 74) - Gustave Dore
A widow at his bridle stood, attir'd (Canto X, line 74) - Gustave Dore

Is there?is there balm in Gilead? - Gustave Dore
Is there?is there balm in Gilead? - Gustave Dore

There I with little innocents abide, (Canto VII., line 31) - Gustave Dore
There I with little innocents abide, (Canto VII., line 31) - Gustave Dore

Jacob Tending The Flocks - Gustave Dore
Jacob Tending The Flocks - Gustave Dore

Three nymphs (Canto XXIX., line 126) - Gustave Dore
Three nymphs (Canto XXIX., line 126) - Gustave Dore

The Star In The East - Gustave Dore
The Star In The East - Gustave Dore

Naomi And Her Daughters-In-Law - Gustave Dore
Naomi And Her Daughters-In-Law - Gustave Dore

Wandering from the Nightly shore. - Gustave Dore
Wandering from the Nightly shore. - Gustave Dore

The sight of mis'ry. (Canto XIII., line 66) - Gustave Dore
The sight of mis'ry. (Canto XIII., line 66) - Gustave Dore

By the hair It bore the sever'd member, lantern-wise (Canto XXVIII., lines 116-117) - Gustave Dore
By the hair It bore the sever'd member, lantern-wise (Canto XXVIII., lines 116-117) - Gustave Dore

Soon they o'ertook us; with such swiftness mov'd The mighty crowd. (Canto XVIII., lines 98-99) - Gustave Dore
Soon they o'ertook us; with such swiftness mov'd The mighty crowd. (Canto XVIII., lines 98-99) - Gustave Dore

Daniel - Gustave Dore
Daniel - Gustave Dore

Noah Cursing Ham - Gustave Dore
Noah Cursing Ham - Gustave Dore

An elegant company seated in a park, from the series depicting London society - Gustave Dore
An elegant company seated in a park, from the series depicting London society - Gustave Dore

There stood I like the friar, (Canto XIX., line 10) - Gustave Dore
There stood I like the friar, (Canto XIX., line 10) - Gustave Dore

he who gave the Pharisees Counsel, (Canto XXIII., lines 118-119) - Gustave Dore
he who gave the Pharisees Counsel, (Canto XXIII., lines 118-119) - Gustave Dore

The saintly creatures flying, (Canto XVIII., line 74) - Gustave Dore
The saintly creatures flying, (Canto XVIII., line 74) - Gustave Dore

Comes on an old man, hoary white with eld, (Canto III., line 77) - Gustave Dore
Comes on an old man, hoary white with eld, (Canto III., line 77) - Gustave Dore

Then, not to make them sadder, I kep down My spirit in stillness. (Canto XXXIII., lines 62-63) - Gustave Dore
Then, not to make them sadder, I kep down My spirit in stillness. (Canto XXXIII., lines 62-63) - Gustave Dore

The Deliverance Of St. Peter - Gustave Dore
The Deliverance Of St. Peter - Gustave Dore

"What cause," said he, "Hath bow'd thee thus!" (Canto XIX., 138-139) - Gustave Dore

Heliodorus Punished In The Temple - Gustave Dore
Heliodorus Punished In The Temple - Gustave Dore



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Paintings of the day

A mother and child with a serving woman in an interior, a hallway beyond - Pieter De Hooch
A mother and child with a serving woman in an interior, a hallway beyond - Pieter De Hooch
The Fortune Teller - Charles Gogin
The Fortune Teller - Charles Gogin
The Washerwoman - Fernand and Perrot, Jean Fau
The Washerwoman - Fernand and Perrot, Jean Fau
Shibante, a native of Mazaro, boatman and pilot belonging to Major Second - Thomas Baines
Shibante, a native of Mazaro, boatman and pilot belonging to Major Second - Thomas Baines
Mrs Colin Campbell Of Park - Sir Henry Raeburn
Mrs Colin Campbell Of Park - Sir Henry Raeburn
Christ and the Woman of Samaria An arched Print - Rembrandt Van Rijn
Christ and the Woman of Samaria An arched Print - Rembrandt Van Rijn
Portrait of Pope Paul III - (after) Tiziano Vecellio (Titian)
Portrait of Pope Paul III - (after) Tiziano Vecellio (Titian)
Defense de deposer des immondices le long de ce mur - Alfred Le Petit
Defense de deposer des immondices le long de ce mur - Alfred Le Petit
The Sense of Smell - Jan The Elder Brueghel
The Sense of Smell - Jan The Elder Brueghel
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Art News

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The Clouds are More Beautiful from Above: Guido van der Werve - Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam NL
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K. Neil Swanson: Mountain Glory - Canada House Gallery, Banff, AL, CA Canada
FotoFest 2002: Works by John Jenkins III, Melissa Juvan, and Laine Whitcomb - Poissant Gallery, Houston, TX, USA United States of America
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The Draftsman's Colors: Fourteen New Acquisitions from Johns to Chong - Whitney Museum of Art, New York, NY, USA

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