Gustave Doré (1865) “Creation of Eve” version I by Beth Timken
Paul Gustave Louis Christophe Doré (1832-1883) French artist, printmaker, illustrator and sculptor. Doré worked primarily with wood engraving.
Gustave Doré illustrated Bibles were printed in France (1865) and German, English, and other editions (late 1860’s). There were large-folio multi-volume Bibles with varying number of illustrations (usually about 240 illustrations) and smaller more affordable editions.
Jezebel’s Death by the French artist Paul Gustave Doré (1832–1883).That’s another one of Doré’s Bible illustrations of 1866. Here he shows how the evil queen is thrown out of the window of her palace. Down on the street there are al...
If you have ever seen the illustrations in Dante's Inferno or Paradise Lost, then you have experienced Gustav Dore's imaginative work. This compilation, GUSTAV DORE (1832 - 1883) examines Dore?s biography, along with his art, throug...
Jephthah's daughter (1866) one of the Bible illustrations by the French engraver Paul Gustave Doré (1832–1883).The young girl is here celebrating and lamenting her upcoming sacrifice. A really strange story!
Samson and Delilah engraving by the French artist Paul Gustave Doré (1832–1883) from the illustrated Bible (1866). Obviously Samson is explaing the importance of his long hair. Poor fool.