Gustave Doré

Photograph by [[Nadar (photographer)|Nadar]], between 1856 and 8 Paul Gustave Louis Christophe Doré ( , , ; 6January 1832 – 23January 1883) was a French printmaker, illustrator, painter, comics artist, caricaturist, and sculptor. He is best known for his prolific output of wood-engravings illustrating classic literature, especially those for the Vulgate Bible and Dante's Divine Comedy. These achieved great international success, and he became renowned for printmaking, although his role was normally as the designer only; at the height of his career some 40 block-cutters were employed to cut his drawings onto the wooden printing blocks, usually also signing the image.

He created over 10,000illustrations, the most important of which were copied using an electrotype process using cylinder presses, allowing very large print runs to be published simultaneously in many countries. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Doré, Gustave
Published 1991
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by Doré, Gustave
Published 2021
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by Doré, Gustave
Published 2023
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by Renonciat, Annie, Doré, Gustave
Published 1983
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by Hartlaub, Gustav Friedrich
Published 1924
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