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Dante Collection

Background imageDante Collection: Dante Alighieri, Italian poet, sees his beloved Beatrice

Dante Alighieri, Italian poet, sees his beloved Beatrice
Dante Alighieri, Italian poet, best known for his long narrative poem, the Divine Comedy, sees his beloved Beatrice Portinari on the Lung Arno, Florence

Background imageDante Collection: Map of Purgatory / Dante

Map of Purgatory / Dante
A map of Purgatorio, in Dantes La Divina Commedia

Background imageDante Collection: Vision of Angels / Dante

Vision of Angels / Dante
Dante and Beatrice, standing on a cloud, watch the angels as they circulate in Paradise

Background imageDante Collection: Dante / Map of Paradise

Dante / Map of Paradise
Schematic plan of Paradise, visited by Dante Alighieri in company with Beatrice

Background imageDante Collection: The Day Dream, 1880 By Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882). E

The Day Dream, 1880 By Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882). English poet, illustrator and painter. Victoria and Albert Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageDante Collection: Dante & Virgil on Ice

Dante & Virgil on Ice
Virgil is Dantes guide on a tour of Inferno; they come across some evildoers punished by being placed up to their necks in ice

Background imageDante Collection: Charon / Styx / Dante / Virgil

Charon / Styx / Dante / Virgil
Charon ferries Dante and Virgil across the Styx, the river which separates this world of ours from the infernal regions

Background imageDante Collection: Dante / Virgil Cross Styx

Dante / Virgil Cross Styx
Charon, the ferryman of the Styx, carries Dante and Virgil to the Underworld

Background imageDante Collection: Dante & Virgil in Hell

Dante & Virgil in Hell
Sinners stand in a frozen lake, with only the tops of their heads above the ice; the rest of their bodies are subjected to a permanent cold bath: Dante & Virgil look on

Background imageDante Collection: Female Souls / Purgatory

Female Souls / Purgatory
Dante and Virgil walk among female souls in Purgatorio

Background imageDante Collection: Rossetti / Graphic

Rossetti / Graphic
DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI Poet and Pre-Raphaelite artist

Background imageDante Collection: Dante Alighieri, Italian poet

Dante Alighieri, Italian poet, best known for his long narrative poem, the Divine Comedy

Background imageDante Collection: CENTAURS IN INFERNO - 2

CENTAURS IN INFERNO - 2
A band of Centaurs seen by Virgil and Dante in the course of their tour of Inferno

Background imageDante Collection: The Divine Comedy

The Divine Comedy. Dante and Beatrix meeting in Paradise. Gothic art. Miniature Painting

Background imageDante Collection: Rossetti / Family Group

Rossetti / Family Group
Poet and artist, Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882), with his sister Christina, his brother William Michael, and their mother in a photograph by Lewis Carroll (Rev CL Dodgson), 1863

Background imageDante Collection: Damned in Hell

Damned in Hell
Virgil and Dante contemplate some of the damned

Background imageDante Collection: Dante in Hell

Dante in Hell
Virgil shows Dante the condemned suffering in Inferno

Background imageDante Collection: Dante Alighieri, Italian poet

Dante Alighieri, Italian poet, best known for his long narrative poem, the Divine Comedy

Background imageDante Collection: Dante / Tomb / Ravenna

Dante / Tomb / Ravenna
DANTE ALIGHIERI Italian poets tomb at Ravenna Date: 1265 - 1321

Background imageDante Collection: Italy - The Church of Santa Croce, and Statue of Dante, Flor

Italy - The Church of Santa Croce, and Statue of Dante, Flor
Hand coloured. Church with painted front and large six pointed star on the top. Marble statue of Dante outside.. Part of Box 196, Rome, Boswell Collection. Slide number 23. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageDante Collection: Church of Santa Croce, Florence

Church of Santa Croce, Florence
Facade of the Church of Santa Croce, Florence, Tuscany, Italy Date: circa 1905

Background imageDante Collection: The Divine Comedy. s. XIV. Virgil urges Dante

The Divine Comedy. s. XIV. Virgil urges Dante
The Divine Comedy. s.XIV. Virgil urges Dante

Background imageDante Collection: Dante and the eagle

Dante and the eagle
Travel arrangements between Purgatory and Paradise are rudimentary: an eagle carries Dante from the lower regions to the celestial heights where hell meet Beatrice Portinari

Background imageDante Collection: DIVINA COMMEDIA / DANTE

DIVINA COMMEDIA / DANTE
Here the rocky precipice hurls forth redundant flames: angels are prevented from providing succour to the souls of the precipice. Date: First published: 1307-21?

Background imageDante Collection: DIVINE COMEDY / DAMNED

DIVINE COMEDY / DAMNED
Dante & Virgil contemplate some of the damned... Date: First published: 1307-21?

Background imageDante Collection: DANTE IN HELL

DANTE IN HELL
Virgil is Dantes guide on a tour of Inferno; they come across some evildoers punished by being placed up to their necks in ice

Background imageDante Collection: Dante / Divine Comedy / Map

Dante / Divine Comedy / Map
A map of Inferno to Dantes La Divina Commedia. Date: First published: 1307-21?

Background imageDante Collection: Dante Aligere

Dante Aligere

Background imageDante Collection: Dante D'Aligere

Dante D'Aligere

Background imageDante Collection: Officers of The Welsh Guards at Pirbright Camp

Officers of The Welsh Guards at Pirbright Camp - (from left): Mitchell, Dante Edward Pemberton Hodgson OBE LM (1904-1978), Sir Alexander Beville Gibbons Stanier, 2nd Baronet of Peplow Hall

Background imageDante Collection: Officers of The Welsh Guards near Pirbright

Officers of The Welsh Guards near Pirbright - (from left): Stevenson, Major (later Major General) William Augustus Fitzgerald Lane Fox-Pitt, CVO, DSO, MC (1896-1988), Lt. Col

Background imageDante Collection: Kelmscott Manor Garden Front

Kelmscott Manor Garden Front
A photograph which shows the front garden of Kelmscott Manor, a country home of socialist pioneer of the Arts and Crafts movement, William Morris

Background imageDante Collection: Kelmscott Manor, Panelled Room

Kelmscott Manor, Panelled Room
A photograph of a panelled room interior of Kelmscott Manor, the country home of William Morris, pioneer of the Arts and Crafts movement

Background imageDante Collection: Morris Angel Design

Morris Angel Design
A design which depicts an Angel, made for the ceiling of Jesus College Chapel, the figure bears some resemblance to one of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's drawings of Miss Siddal. Date: circa 1860

Background imageDante Collection: 17, Red Lion Square, London

17, Red Lion Square, London
A photograph of 17, Red Lion Square in London, a significant location for artists and writers associated with the Pre-Raphaelites

Background imageDante Collection: St. George Cabinet

St. George Cabinet
A wall cabinet designed by Philip Webb, with decorative panels painted by William Morris, depicting medieval scenes and the story of St. George

Background imageDante Collection: Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Pre-Raphaelite artist

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Pre-Raphaelite artist, self-portrait dated 20 September 1855 Date: 1855

Background imageDante Collection: Disinterested Boy

Disinterested Boy
A portrait illustration of a rather fed up looking boy, who is resting his head on his hand, with a side slumped posture, Date: circa 1915

Background imageDante Collection: Man With Folded Arms

Man With Folded Arms
This portrait drawing shows an impatient looking man with arms crossed, casting a shadow on the wall behind him. Date: circa 1915

Background imageDante Collection: Desider Zador, Dante Zucchi and Edna Thornton, opera singers

Desider Zador, Dante Zucchi and Edna Thornton, opera singers
Herr Desider Zador (L), baritone, Signor Dante Zucchi (R), tenor, Madame Edna Thornton, contralto, opera singers Date: 1910

Background imageDante Collection: Divine Comedy. Fifth Canto of the Purgatory. Dante talks wit

Divine Comedy. Fifth Canto of the Purgatory. Dante talks wit
Divine Comedy. Epic poem written by Dante Alighieri between 1308 and his death in 1321. Dante talks with Pia dei Tolomei, one of the three people who died violently. Engraving by Gustave Dore. Colored

Background imageDante Collection: Dante - Virgil - Purgatory

Dante - Virgil - Purgatory
Dante & Virgil encounter the shadowy forms, that seem'd dead & dead again of souls in Purgatorio. Date: First published: 1307-21?

Background imageDante Collection: DANTE/DEAD LOVERS

DANTE/DEAD LOVERS
Dead lovers. Date: First published: 1307-21?

Background imageDante Collection: DANTE / VIRGIL / PURGATORY

DANTE / VIRGIL / PURGATORY
Dante and Virgil emerge from infernal regions just before dawn and are greeted by the radiant constellation of Venus in the night sky. Date: First published: 1307-21?

Background imageDante Collection: Et Angels from Mercury

Et Angels from Mercury
Dante tells us that these angels are inhabitants of the planet Mercury

Background imageDante Collection: BEATRICE & DANTE: HEAVEN BEATRICE & DANTE: HEAVEN

BEATRICE & DANTE: HEAVEN BEATRICE & DANTE: HEAVEN
Beatrice leads Dante to the Fifth Heaven. Date: First published: 1307-21?

Background imageDante Collection: ANGELS / PLANET MERCURY

ANGELS / PLANET MERCURY
The angels in the Planet Mercury: So drew full more than thousand splendours towards us. (Canto V, lines 99-100) Date: First published: 1307-21?

Background imageDante Collection: DANTE / DORE / PARADISE

DANTE / DORE / PARADISE
DANTE ALIGHIERI Italian poet with Beatrice in Paradise Date: 1265 - 1321



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