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David mourning the death of Absalom

David Mourns the Death of Absalom - Gustave Dore

Woodcut featuring bible scenes by Gustave Dore. This 135 year old print was published by the Office of Catholic Publications in about 1880. FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING WHEN YOU BUY 5 OR MORE PRINTS OR MAP

Gustave Dore's Illustration - CHRIST HEALING A LUNATIC - Woodcut - c1880

Woodcut featuring bible scenes by Gustave Dore. This 135 year old print was published by the Office of Catholic Publications in about FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPP

Limehouse Dock, from 'London, a Pilgrimage', written by William Blanchard Jerrold Wall Art Prints by Gustave Dore

Limehouse Dock, from 'London, a Pilgrimage', written by William Blanchard Jerrold Wall Art Prints by Gustave Dore

London, a pilgrimage: Gustave Doré's historic visions of the capital city

London, a pilgrimage: Gustave Doré's historic visions of the capital city

In French artist Gustave Doré began an extraordinary collaboration with the British journalist Blanchard Jerrold.

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"The Raven" by Edgar Allen Poe - "And my soul from out that shadow that lies floating on the floor/Shall be lifted--nevermore" - illustration by Paul Gustave Dore 1884

Gustave Doré illustrations (1854) for Gargantua (1534) and Pantagruel (1532) , by François Rabelais

Gustave Doré illustrates Gargantua and Pantagruel by François Rabelais

Christoffel Jegher after Rubens - Susannah and the Elders (17th c.); Woodcut on cream antique laid paper; Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum

Christoffel Jegher after Rubens - Susannah and the Elders c. Woodcut on cream antique laid paper;

Jesus Blessing the Children - Gustave Dore

Jesus Blessing the Children Artist: Gustave Dore Completion Date: 1866

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