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Eye Candy for Today: Dore illustration for Fables of La Fontaine

Shepherd Wolf, Gustave Doré Link is to WikiArt, from this page. 19th century illustrator and printmaker Guatave Doré is noted primarily for his dramatic illustrations for Dante’s Devine Comedy and Inferno, Milton’s Paradise Lost and Cervantes Don Quijote, as well as The Bible. Less well known are his illustrations for Shakespeare plays, other epic poems […]
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