9 edition of Doré spot illustrations found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gustave Doré ; selected and arranged by Carol Belanger Grafton.|
|Series||Dover pictorial archive series|
|Contributions||Grafton, Carol Belanger.|
|LC Classifications||NC980.5.D67 A4 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||87016180|
Gustave Doré (–83) was perhaps the most successful illustrator of the nineteenth century. His Doré Bible was a treasured possession in countless homes, and his best-received works continued to appear through the years in edition after edition. With brightly colored illustrations by the author, the volume was released later that year in the United States and grew into a series that sold more than 60 million copies. Few children came of.
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The spot illustrations are frequently much simpler than the drawings Doré had done for literature. If you are looking for a book to study this style of drawing from, I think it would be a fine book to work attempting to copy, starting with the simplest drawings and moving on to the most complex/5.
Dover's Dore Bible Illustrations consists of a 5 page introduction, 3 pages for the list of plates, and full page engravings with the title and excerpt of the biblical passage the image represents.
Most images are about 8"x10". The old testament, new testament and some of the apocryphal books are represented (in all, 39 books)/5(). Get this from a library. Doré spot illustrations: a treasury from his masterworks.
[Gustave Doré; Carol Belanger Grafton]. As an illustrator, Dore created engravings for the books of Balzac, Rabelais, Milton, Dante, Edgar Allen Poe, and Lord Byron. He was commissioned to illustrate a version of the English Bible, which was extremely popular, allowing for the foundation of his own gallery, the Dore place: Strasbourg, France.
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