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Background imageAlighieri Collection: Dante and the Divine Comedy (The Comedy Illuminating Florence), 1464-1465

Dante and the Divine Comedy (The Comedy Illuminating Florence), 1464-1465. Artist: Domenico di Michelino
Dante and the Divine Comedy (The Comedy Illuminating Florence), 1464-1465. From the Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Dante and his Poem the Divine Comedy, 1465. Artist: Domenico di Michelino

Dante and his Poem the Divine Comedy, 1465. Artist: Domenico di Michelino
Dante and his Poem the Divine Comedy, 1465. Found in the collection of the Duomo, Florence, Italy

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Dante in Oxford; Proctor: Your Name And College?, 1904. Artist: Max Beerbohm

Dante in Oxford; Proctor: Your Name And College?, 1904. Artist: Max Beerbohm
Dante in Oxford; Proctor: Your Name And College?, 1904. Illustration from The Poets Corner, by Max Beerbohm, (London, 1904)

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Dante and Virgil with three-headed monster, 1951. Creator: Shirley Markham

Dante and Virgil with three-headed monster, 1951. Creator: Shirley Markham
Dante and Virgil with three-headed monster, 1951. Design for illustration to Dantes " Divine Comedy". Shirley Markham (1931-1999)

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Thence issuing we again beheld the stars, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

Thence issuing we again beheld the stars, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
The beautiful lights of heav n dawn d through a circular opening in the cave: thus issuing we again beheld the stars, c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil emerge from Hell, and see the stars

Background imageAlighieri Collection: We to those beasts, that rapid strode along, drew near, when Chiron took an arrow forth, c1890

We to those beasts, that rapid strode along, drew near, when Chiron took an arrow forth, c1890. Chiron, leader of the centaurs

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Now was the day departing, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

Now was the day departing, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
Now was the day departing, and the air, imbrown d with shadows, from their toils released, c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Circle of Theives: Agnello Brunelleschi Attacked By a Six-Footed Serpent, from Dan... ca

Circle of Theives: Agnello Brunelleschi Attacked By a Six-Footed Serpent, from Dan... ca
Circle of Theives: Agnello Brunelleschi Attacked By a Six-Footed Serpent, from Dantes Inferno, Canto XXVV, ca. 1825-27

Background imageAlighieri Collection: That is the ancient soul of wretched Myrrha, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

That is the ancient soul of wretched Myrrha, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
" That is the ancient soul of wretched Myrrha", he replied, " who burn d with most unholy flame for her own sire, and a false shape assuming, so perform d the deed of sin", c1890

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Dante Drawing the Angel, 1853, (c1912). Artist: Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Dante Drawing the Angel, 1853, (c1912). Artist: Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Dante Drawing the Angel, 1853, (c1912). Dante drawing an Angel on the Anniversary of Beatrices Death, painting in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Beata Beatrix, 1877. Creators: Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Ford Madox Brown

Beata Beatrix, 1877. Creators: Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Ford Madox Brown
Beata Beatrix, 1877. Also: Blessed Beatrice. A young woman is shown seated and half length at the moment of suspension between life and death

Background imageAlighieri Collection: The Circle of Corrupt Officials: The Devils Tormenting Ciampolo, from Dantes Infer

The Circle of Corrupt Officials: The Devils Tormenting Ciampolo, from Dantes Inferno, Canto XXII, ca. 1825-27

Background imageAlighieri Collection: The Circle of Traitors: Dantes Foot Striking Bocca degli Abbate, from Dantes Infe

The Circle of Traitors: Dantes Foot Striking Bocca degli Abbate, from Dantes Inferno, Canto XXXII, ca. 1825-27

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Dante and Virgil, 1857. Creator: Edgar Degas

Dante and Virgil, 1857. Creator: Edgar Degas
Dante and Virgil, 1857

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Florentine Poet, 1861. Creator: Alexandre Cabanel

Florentine Poet, 1861. Creator: Alexandre Cabanel
Florentine Poet, 1861

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Copy after Delacroixs Bark of Dante, ca. 1859. Creator: Edouard Manet

Copy after Delacroixs Bark of Dante, ca. 1859. Creator: Edouard Manet
Copy after Delacroixs " Bark of Dante", ca. 1859

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Dante, (c1265-1321), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Dante, (c1265-1321), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Dante, (c1265-1321), 1830. Dante Alighieri (c1265-1321) Italian poet known for his Divine Comedy, with its depictions of Hell, Purgatory and Heaven

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Dante Alighieri, ( c1265 -1321), 1890. Creator: Unknown

Dante Alighieri, ( c1265 -1321), 1890. Creator: Unknown
Dante Alighieri, ( c1265 -1321), 1890. Dante Alighieri ( c1265 -1321), Italian poet of the Late Middle Ages best known for his Divine Comedy, instrumental in establishing depictions of Hell

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Dantes House, Florence, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Dantes House, Florence, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Dantes House, Florence, 1890. Casa di Dante was the birthplace of Dante Alighieri (c1265 -1321), Italian poet of the Late Middle Ages, best known for his Divine Comedy

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Dante and Beatrice, 1492-1495, (1943). Creator: Sandro Botticelli

Dante and Beatrice, 1492-1495, (1943). Creator: Sandro Botticelli
Dante and Beatrice, 1492-1495, (1943). Illustration to " The Divine Comedy" (La divina commedia) by Dante Alighieri. Drawing in the Kupferstichkabinett Berlin

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Dante in Purgatory Sees The Vision of Beatrice, c1930. Creator: Unknown

Dante in Purgatory Sees The Vision of Beatrice, c1930. Creator: Unknown
Dante in Purgatory Sees The Vision of Beatrice, c1930. Italian author Dante Alighieri and the Roman poet Virgil looking at a vision Beatrice Portinari

Background imageAlighieri Collection: This proud one would of his strength against almighty Jove make trial, c1890

This proud one would of his strength against almighty Jove make trial, c1890
" This proud one would of his strength against almighty Jove make trial, " said my guide; " whence he is thus requited: Ephialtes him they call", c1890

Background imageAlighieri Collection: By that hidden way my guide and I did enter, to return to the fair world, c1890

By that hidden way my guide and I did enter, to return to the fair world, c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil emerge from Hell, and see the dawn on Easter Sunday morning

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Then, fasting got the mastery of grief, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

Then, fasting got the mastery of grief, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
" Then, fasting got the mastery of grief", c1890. Count Ugolino, his sons and grandsons condemned to death by starvation in the Torre dei Gualandi

Background imageAlighieri Collection: That sprite of air is Schicchi; in like mood of random mischief vents he still his spite, c1890

That sprite of air is Schicchi; in like mood of random mischief vents he still his spite, c1890. The alchemist Capocchio is attacked by Gianni Schicchi de Cavalcanti

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Lo! he exclaimed, lo Dis!, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

Lo! he exclaimed, lo Dis!, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
" Lo!" he exclaimed, " lo Dis!: and lo! the place, where thou hast need to arm thy heart with strength", c1890

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Yet in the abyss, that Lucifer with Judas low ingulfs, lightly he placed us, c1890

Yet in the abyss, that Lucifer with Judas low ingulfs, lightly he placed us, c1890. Antaeus the giant lowers Dante and the Roman poet Virgil to the final level of Hell

Background imageAlighieri Collection: The crust came drawn from underneath in flakes, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

The crust came drawn from underneath in flakes, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
The crust came drawn from underneath in flakes, like scales scraped from the bream, or fish of broader mail, c1890. Dante

Background imageAlighieri Collection: He, soon as there I stood at the tombs foot, ey d me a space, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

He, soon as there I stood at the tombs foot, ey d me a space, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
He, soon as there I stood at the tombs foot, ey d me a space, then in disdainful mood address d me: " Say, what ancestors were thine?", c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil

Background imageAlighieri Collection: He answer thus return d: The arch-heretics are here, c1890. Creator

He answer thus return d: The arch-heretics are here, c1890. Creator
He answer thus return d: " The arch-heretics are here", c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil. Illustration from " The Vision of Hell" (Inferno)

Background imageAlighieri Collection: The guide, who mark d how I did gaze attentive, thus began, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

The guide, who mark d how I did gaze attentive, thus began, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
The guide, who mark d how I did gaze attentive, thus began: " Within these ardours are the spirits, each swath d in confining fire", c1890

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Be none of you outrageous, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

Be none of you outrageous, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
Be none of you outrageous: ere your time dare seize me, come forth from amongst you one, who having heard my words, decide he then if he shall tear these limbs, c1890

Background imageAlighieri Collection: And straight the trunk exclaim d, Why pluck st thou me?, c1890. Creator

And straight the trunk exclaim d, Why pluck st thou me?, c1890. Creator
And straight the trunk exclaim d, " Why pluck st thou me?", c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil encounter men who who have been transformed into trees

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Then, not to make them sadder, I kept down my spirit in stillness, c1890

Then, not to make them sadder, I kept down my spirit in stillness, c1890
" Then, not to make them sadder, I kept down my spirit in stillness", c1890. Count Ugolino, his sons and grandsons condemned to death by starvation in the Torre dei Gualandi

Background imageAlighieri Collection: That pierced spirit... was he who gave the Pharisees council, c1890. Creator

That pierced spirit... was he who gave the Pharisees council, c1890. Creator
" That pierced spirit, whom intent thou view st, was he who gave the Pharisees council, that it were fitting for one man to suffer for the people", c1890

Background imageAlighieri Collection: New terror I conceived at the steep plunge, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

New terror I conceived at the steep plunge, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
New terror I conceived at the steep plunge, c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil ride on the back of Geryon, the Monster of Fraud

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Sir! Brunetto! And are ye here?, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

Sir! Brunetto! And are ye here?, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
" Sir! Brunetto! And are ye here?", c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil meet Dantes tutor and guardian, Brunetto Buanaccorso Latini, in a firestorm

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Love brought us to one death: Caina waits the soul, who split our life, c1890. Creator

Love brought us to one death: Caina waits the soul, who split our life, c1890. Creator
Love brought us to one death: Caina waits the soul, who split our life, c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil. Illustration from " The Vision of Hell" (Inferno)

Background imageAlighieri Collection: O senseless spirit! let thy horn for thee interpret, c1890. Creator

O senseless spirit! let thy horn for thee interpret, c1890. Creator
" O senseless spirit! let thy horn for thee interpret: therewith vent thy rage, if rage or other passion wring thee", c1890

Background imageAlighieri Collection: And, lo ! Towards us in a bark comes an old man, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

And, lo ! Towards us in a bark comes an old man, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
And, lo ! Towards us in a bark comes an old man, c1890. Charon, ferryman of the dead. Illustration from " The Vision of Hell" (Inferno)

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Onward he moved, I close his steps pursued, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

Onward he moved, I close his steps pursued, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
Onward he moved, I close his steps pursued, c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil. Illustration from " The Vision of Hell" (Inferno)

Background imageAlighieri Collection: A lion came, gainst me as it appear d, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

A lion came, gainst me as it appear d, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
A lion came, gainst me as it appear d, with his head held aloft, and hunger-mad, c1890. Illustration from " The Vision of Hell" (Inferno)

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Not more furiously on Menalippus temples Tydeus gnawed, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

Not more furiously on Menalippus temples Tydeus gnawed, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
Not more furiously on Menalippus temples Tydeus gnawed, than on that skull and on its garbage he, c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil visit a frozen lake

Background imageAlighieri Collection: By the hair it bore the sever d member, lantern-wise pendant in hand, c1890. Creator

By the hair it bore the sever d member, lantern-wise pendant in hand, c1890. Creator
By the hair it bore the sever d member, lantern-wise pendant in hand, which look d at us and said, " Woes me!", c1890

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Then Geddo at my feet outstretch d did fling him, crying, Hast no help for me my father

Then Geddo at my feet outstretch d did fling him, crying, Hast no help for me my father
" Then Geddo at my feet outstretch d did fling him, crying, Hast no help for me my father! ", c1890. Count Ugolino

Background imageAlighieri Collection: all-searching Justice, dooms to punishment the forgers, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

all-searching Justice, dooms to punishment the forgers, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
Then my sight was livelier to explore the depth, wherein the minister of the most mighty Lord, all-searching Justice, dooms to punishment the forgers noted on her dread record, c1890

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Wherefore doth fasten yet thy sight below amongst the maim d and miserable shades?

Wherefore doth fasten yet thy sight below amongst the maim d and miserable shades?
But Virgil roused me: " What yet gazest on? Wherefore doth fasten yet thy sight below amongst the maim d and miserable shades?", c1890

Background imageAlighieri Collection: Then seizing on his hinder scalp, I cried: Name thee, or not a hair shall tarry here

Then seizing on his hinder scalp, I cried: Name thee, or not a hair shall tarry here
Then seizing on his hinder scalp, I cried: " Name thee, or not a hair shall tarry here", c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil walk on a frozen lake



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