Lucifer, 1480. Illustration to Dante’s Divina Comedia in the version of the Codice Urbinate Latino 365.

Lucifer, Illustration to Dante’s Divina Comedia in the version of the Codice Urbinate Latino

Dante Alighieri

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Sandro Botticelli, Portrait of Dante, tempera on canvas, x cm, Private Collection. Source Dante Alighieri was a Florentine poet of the Middle Ages/very early Renaissance.

Gustave Dore   Dante and Beatrice Ascend to the sphere of Mars

1880 Dante Alighieri The Divine Comedy Gustave Dore Vision Purgatory Paradise

Infierno, La Divina Comedia | Dante.   Análisis de la obra aquí ;D    #dante…

Infierno, La Divina Comedia | Dante. Análisis de la obra aquí ;D #dante…

El infierno de Dante Alighieri ilustrado por Gustave Doré

El infierno de Dante Alighieri ilustrado por Gustave Doré

The Divine Comedy: Hell / Dante Alighieri; illustrated by Gustave Doré

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Hell is a deep funnel-like structure that reaches into the Earth's core. It is composed of nine levels. Lucifer fell from heaven and is stuck in the lowest level, immersed in the underground lake Cocytus

Gustave Doré - "Innombrables étaient ces mauvais Anges, planant de leurs ailes, sous la chape de l'Enfer" (1868) - Le Paradis perdu (Paradise Lost) est un poème épique écrit par le poète anglais John Milton en 1667. Le poème traite de la vision chrétienne de l'origine de l'Homme, en évoquant la tentation d'Adam & Ève par Satan, puis leur expulsion du Jardin d'Éden.

1845 Ultimate Leather Dante's Vision/The Divine Comedy 6Vol Library Collection

Milton, Paradise Lost, Plate 4 by Gustave Doré. “So numberless were those bad Angels, Hovering on wing, under the cope of Hell”

El infierno de Dante Alighieri ilustrado por Gustave Doré

El infierno de Dante Alighieri ilustrado por Gustave Doré

The Divine Comedy: Hell / Dante Alighieri; illustrated by Gustave Doré

Gustave Dore- Dante's Inferno

Gustave Doré, “Harpies in the Forest of Suicides” (Canto XIII, Inferno, Divine Comedy, by Dante Alighieri).

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