Gustave Doré, Depiction of Satan, the antagonist of John Milton's Paradise Lost c.1866.

Characteristics and Traits of Demons

Whatever the metaphysical position of the devil may be, in psychological reality evil is an effective, not to say menacing, limitation of goodness, so that it is no exaggeration to assume that in t…

Paradise Lost meet Dante's Inferno

Paul Gustave Doré Dante speaks to the traitors in the ice, Divine Comedy, Inferno.

Dore woodcut Divine Comedy 01 - Gustave Doré - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dore's scenes for lighting and dramatic mood. The Inferno, Canto 10 (Gustave Dore' Illustration)

Florence Baptistery, Gates of Paradise by Ghiberti at Duomo- Someday Chip Tom and I will see this. Amazing story behind these doors creation!!!!!  Love Art History. It's World History

The bronze doors known as "The Gates of Paradise" and also simply "Ghiberti's Doors" after their creation by Lorenzo Ghiberti, on the Battistero di San Giovanni (Baptistry of St. John), Florence (Tuscany), Italy ahhhh the detail.

Inferno Canto XXV: "Per tutt’i cerchi de lo ’nferno scuri non vidi spirto in Dio tanto superbo, non quel che cadde a Tebe giù da’ muri."

gustave dore … era metal \m/

Dante Alighier1265-1321 Ital “Divine Comedy” “Thy soul is by vile fear assailed, which oft so overcasts a man, that he recoils from noblest resolution, like a beast at some false semblance in the twilight gloom.”  ― Dante Alighieri, Inferno.  Inspirational.

Repasa la vida y obra de Dante Alighieri, el padre de la lengua italiana

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.

Dante's Inferno Map by on @deviantART

valkyriesvagina: spookyemporium: Dante’s Inferno map by somnium-maris The Nine Circles of Hell planes underworld…

Dante Alighieri – Wikipedia

Dante Alighieri – Wikipedia

Inferno (Dante) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Joannes Stradanus (Giovanni Stradano), Flemish, Illustration for Dante's "Divine Comedy: Inferno, Canto Pen and ink and brown wash heightened with white.

Dante's Inferno (Divine Comedy) Dante prods the reader to take a journey of necessity through hell for the sake of gaining self-knowledge. During this journey, Dante is struck with the realization that both love and freedom can prove to be one’s undoing.  One of ten free online lectures on Great Books by

Stradano Inferno Canto 08 - Inferno (Dante) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dis (Divine Comedy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Joannes Stradanus (Giovanni Stradano), Flemish, Map of Lower Hell (Illustration of Dante's Inferno).