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Background imageLiteraria Collection: ZULOAGA ZABALETA, Ignacio. Portrait of the countess

ZULOAGA ZABALETA, Ignacio. Portrait of the countess
ZULOAGA ZABALETA, Ignacio (1870-1945). Portrait of the countess Mathieu de Noailles. 1913. Oil on canvas. SPAIN. BASQUE COUNTRY. VIZCAYA. Bilbao. Bilbao Fine Arts Museum

Background imageLiteraria Collection: MORITZ, Karl Phillip (1757-1793). German author

MORITZ, Karl Phillip (1757-1793). German author. Oil on canvas. GERMANY. SAXONY-ANHALT. Halberstadt. Municipal Museum

Background imageLiteraria Collection: ROCA DE TOGORES, Mariano (1812-1889). Poet, writer

ROCA DE TOGORES, Mariano (1812-1889). Poet, writer and conservative politician. Oil on canvas. SPAIN. ANDALUSIA. Sevilla. Royal Seville Academy of Fine Letters

Background imageLiteraria Collection: MOMMSEN, Theodor (1817-1903). Nobel Prize in Literature

MOMMSEN, Theodor (1817-1903). Nobel Prize in Literature in 1902. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: GORRITI, Juana Manuela (1818-1892). Argentine writer

GORRITI, Juana Manuela (1818-1892). Argentine writer. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: Japanese art

Japanese art
The Revenge of the Soga Brothers. 17th c. Detail of the screen with figures of samurais. Japanese art. Tokugawa shogunate period. Painting. ITALY. VENETO. Venice. Museum of Oriental Art

Background imageLiteraria Collection: Camoes or Camoens, Luis Vaz de (1524-1580). Portuguese

Camoes or Camoens, Luis Vaz de (1524-1580). Portuguese Renaissance writer and poet. Monument dedicated to the writer. Sculpture. INDIA. Goa

Background imageLiteraria Collection: GAMBOA, Federico (1864-1939). Mexican Writter. Engraving

GAMBOA, Federico (1864-1939). Mexican Writter. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: LOPEZ LOPEZ, Joaqu�Mar�(1798-1855). Spanish

LOPEZ LOPEZ, Joaqu�Mar�(1798-1855). Spanish
LOPEZ LOPEZ, Joaqu� Maric (1798-1855). Spanish liberal politician, lawyer and writer. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. National Library

Background imageLiteraria Collection: G܉RALDES, Ricardo (1886-1927). Argentinian writer

G܉RALDES, Ricardo (1886-1927). Argentinian writer
G܉ RALDES, Ricardo (1886-1927). Argentinian writer

Background imageLiteraria Collection: LOPEZ VELARDE, Ram󮠨1888-1921). Mexican poet

LOPEZ VELARDE, Ram󮠨1888-1921). Mexican poet
LOPEZ VELARDE, Ram󮠨 1888-1921). Mexican poet

Background imageLiteraria Collection: Maupassant, Guy de (1850-1893). French writer. Title

Maupassant, Guy de (1850-1893). French writer. Title page of Bel-Ami, in an edition of the collected works of Guy de Maupassant printed in Paris. SPAIN. CATALONIA. Barcelona

Background imageLiteraria Collection: FLAUBERT, Gustave (1821-1880). French writer. Engraving

FLAUBERT, Gustave (1821-1880). French writer. Engraving. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. National Library

Background imageLiteraria Collection: ARNICHES, Carlos (1866-1943). Spanish playwright

ARNICHES, Carlos (1866-1943). Spanish playwright. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: ALARCON Y ARIZA, Pedro Antonio de (1833-1891). Spanish

ALARCON Y ARIZA, Pedro Antonio de (1833-1891). Spanish poet, novelist and journalist. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: VICENTE, Gil (1465-1537). Portuguese playwright

VICENTE, Gil (1465-1537). Portuguese playwright and poet, considered the chief dramatist of Portugal. Auto da Barca do Purgat󲩯 (Act of the Ship of Purgatory), 1518. Facsimil edition

Background imageLiteraria Collection: BRONTE, Charlotte (1816-1848). English novelist

BRONTE, Charlotte (1816-1848). English novelist and poet. Litography. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. National Library

Background imageLiteraria Collection: PEREZ ESCRICH, Enrique (1829-1897). Spanish writer

PEREZ ESCRICH, Enrique (1829-1897). Spanish writer. Cover of La Caridad Cristiana. 1863. Engraving. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. National Library

Background imageLiteraria Collection: MARIN DEL SOLAR, Mercedes (1804-1866). Writter of

MARIN DEL SOLAR, Mercedes (1804-1866). Writter of Chile. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: MANRIQUE, Jorge (1440-1479). Spanish poet. Sculpture

MANRIQUE, Jorge (1440-1479). Spanish poet. Sculpture. SPAIN. Paredes de Nava

Background imageLiteraria Collection: MɒIMɅ, Prosper (1803-1870). French novelist, playwright

MɒIMɅ, Prosper (1803-1870). French novelist, playwright
Mɒ IMɅ, Prosper (1803-1870). French novelist, playwright, essayist and Hispanist. Title page of Colomba, 1840. Publication created in Leipzig

Background imageLiteraria Collection: MARCUSE, Herbert (1898-1979). German-Jewish philosopher

MARCUSE, Herbert (1898-1979). German-Jewish philosopher, political theorist and sociologist, and a member of the Frankfurt School. Oil

Background imageLiteraria Collection: AMADOR DE LOS RIOS, Jos頨1818-1878). Spanish historian

AMADOR DE LOS RIOS, Jos頨1818-1878). Spanish historian
AMADOR DE LOS RIOS, Jos頨 1818-1878). Spanish historian and semitic. La Ilustraci󮠅 spa񯬡 y Americana. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: TERTULLIAN (160-220). Church Father, writer

TERTULLIAN (160-220). Church Father, writer and theologian. Title page of Apologic de los gentiles en defensa de los cristianos (Apology of the Gentiles in defense of Christians)

Background imageLiteraria Collection: ENGELS, Friedrich (1820-1895). German socialist

ENGELS, Friedrich (1820-1895). German socialist philosopher and political theoretician. SPAIN. CATALONIA. Barcelona. Biblioteca de Catalunya (National Library of Catalonia)

Background imageLiteraria Collection: SPENSER, Edmund (1552-1599). English poet. Engraving

SPENSER, Edmund (1552-1599). English poet. Engraving. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. National Library

Background imageLiteraria Collection: BELLO, Andr鳠(1781-1864). Venezuelan writer, poet

BELLO, Andr鳠(1781-1864). Venezuelan writer, poet
BELLO, Andr鳠 (1781-1864). Venezuelan writer, poet, journalist and humanist. Oil

Background imageLiteraria Collection: VOLTAIRE, Fran篩s-Marie Arouet, also known as (1694-1778)

VOLTAIRE, Fran篩s-Marie Arouet, also known as (1694-1778)
VOLTAIRE, Fran篩 s-Marie Arouet, also known as (1694-1778). French Enlightenment writer and philosopher. Oil

Background imageLiteraria Collection: ORTEGA Y GASSET, Jos頨1883-1955). Spanish philosopher

ORTEGA Y GASSET, Jos頨1883-1955). Spanish philosopher
ORTEGA Y GASSET, Jos頨 1883-1955). Spanish philosopher and essayist. Oil

Background imageLiteraria Collection: MONTAIGNE, Michel de (1533-1592). French writer

MONTAIGNE, Michel de (1533-1592). French writer, humanist and philosopher. Oil

Background imageLiteraria Collection: ACOSTA DE SAMPER, Soledad (1833 - 1903). Colombian

ACOSTA DE SAMPER, Soledad (1833 - 1903). Colombian writer and journalist. Oil

Background imageLiteraria Collection: ALTAMIRANO, Ignacio Manuel (1834-1893). Mexican

ALTAMIRANO, Ignacio Manuel (1834-1893). Mexican writer, journalist, teacher and politician. Oil

Background imageLiteraria Collection: RONSARD, Pierre de (1524-1585). French poet. Oil

RONSARD, Pierre de (1524-1585). French poet. Oil on canvas

Background imageLiteraria Collection: MAETERLINCK, Maurice (1862-1949). Belgian writer

MAETERLINCK, Maurice (1862-1949). Belgian writer in French language. Nobel Prize in Literature in 1911. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: ESPINEL, Vicente (1550-1624). Spanish musician

ESPINEL, Vicente (1550-1624). Spanish musician and classic poet. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: The Life of Lazarillo de Tormes and his Fortunes

The Life of Lazarillo de Tormes and his Fortunes and Adversities. Spanish anonymous novel first published in 1554. Cover of edition printed in Milan. 1587. Engraving. SPAIN. CATALONIA. Barcelona

Background imageLiteraria Collection: LAMARTINE, Alphonse de (1790-1869). French politician

LAMARTINE, Alphonse de (1790-1869). French politician and romantic poet. Illustration of Jocelyn. 1836. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: BUNYAN, John (1628-1688). English Christian writer

BUNYAN, John (1628-1688). English Christian writer and preacher, who is well known for his book The Pilgrims Progress. Bunyans dream in which he saw the story of Pilgrims Progress. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: BURGOS Y OLMO, Francisco Javier de (1778-1849)

BURGOS Y OLMO, Francisco Javier de (1778-1849). Spanish jurist, politician, journalist, and translator. Engraving. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. National Library

Background imageLiteraria Collection: ZORRILLA Y MORAL, Jos頨1817-1893). Spanish Romantic

ZORRILLA Y MORAL, Jos頨1817-1893). Spanish Romantic
ZORRILLA Y MORAL, Jos頨 1817-1893). Spanish Romantic poet and dramatist. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: DIEULAFOY, Jane (1851-1916). French archaeologist

DIEULAFOY, Jane (1851-1916). French archaeologist, explorer, novelist and journalist. She was the wife of Marcel-Auguste Dieulafoy. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: Quintillian ( 35 - after 96). Roman rhetorician

Quintillian ( 35 - after 96). Roman rhetorician from Hispania. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: SCHLEGEL, Friedrich von (1772-1829). German poet

SCHLEGEL, Friedrich von (1772-1829). German poet, critic and scholar. Critical leader of German Romanticism. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: SANDERSON, Robert (1587-1663). English theologian

SANDERSON, Robert (1587-1663). English theologian and casuist. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: LAFUENTE Y ZAMALLOA, Modesto (1806-1866). Historian

LAFUENTE Y ZAMALLOA, Modesto (1806-1866). Historian, journalist and Spanish politician. MAс NOS MARTINEZ, Asterio (1861-1935). Oil on canvas. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid

Background imageLiteraria Collection: MARCEL, Gabriel (1889-1973). French philosopher

MARCEL, Gabriel (1889-1973). French philosopher, playwright, music critic and leading Christian existentialist. Le Monde Casse (1933). Cover

Background imageLiteraria Collection: MARMOL, Jos頨1817-1871). Argentine journalist

MARMOL, Jos頨1817-1871). Argentine journalist
MARMOL, Jos頨 1817-1871). Argentine journalist, politician, librarian, and writer of the Romantic school. Engraving

Background imageLiteraria Collection: RODOREDA, Merc蠨1939-1983). Catalan novelist. Cover

RODOREDA, Merc蠨1939-1983). Catalan novelist. Cover
RODOREDA, Merc蠨 1939-1983). Catalan novelist. Cover of the psychological novel Aloma (1936). Edition of 1938. Barcelona



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