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Gustave Doré (1832–1883)

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His illustrations for the 1869 French edition of "Don Quixote" are probably the most famous illustrations ever made for the classic Spanish novel. They have been reprinted again and again, they have been given an entire volume to themselves alone, and were even used as the illustrations for the program of the original Broadway production of "Man ...

Died:

(age 51) in Paris, France

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Oliver Twist
Oliver Twist Art Department
(2005)
Lost in La Mancha
Lost in La Mancha Art Department
(2002)
Dante's Inferno: Abandon All Hope
(2010)

Filmography

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 2017 Inferno by Dante (illustrator) (post-production)
 2014 Arrangement of Thorns (Short) (illustrator)
 2010 Eternal Theater (Documentary short) (illustrator)
 2010 Dante's Inferno: Abandon All Hope (Documentary short) (art illustrator)
 2005 Oliver Twist (engravings: Éclair VFX)
 2002 Lost in La Mancha (Documentary) (etchings: "The Story of Don Quixote")
 1967 Tour Espagne (Documentary short) (illustrator)
 1962 Black Fox: The True Story of Adolf Hitler (Documentary) (artist - as Gustav Dore)
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 1990/I Jacob's Ladder (illustrations: Dante's Inferno - uncredited)
 1973 Don Quixote (sketches and engravings: opening credits)
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 2008 The Madness and Misadventures of Munchausen (Video documentary) (acknowledgment: archival footage, photos and artwork provided by - as Gustave Dore)
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Gustave Dore | Gustav Dore
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His illustrations for the 1869 French edition of "Don Quixote" are probably the most famous illustrations ever made for the classic Spanish novel. They have been reprinted again and again, they have been given an entire volume to themselves alone, and were even used as the illustrations for the program of the original Broadway production of "Man of La Mancha".

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