Salvador Dalí. Illustrations for Dante’s Divine Comedy.


The Two Crowds of the Lustful.

The Simoniac.


The Wood and the Suicide.

The Reign of the Penitents.


The Guiding Angel.

The Sodomites.

The Delightful Mount.

In 1957, the Italian government commissioned Salvador Dalí to create 100 watercolors to illustrate Dante’s Divine Comedy, to coincide with the 700th anniversary of the famed poet’s birth. They quickly regretted their choice when the Italian public balked at having such an honor bestowed on a Spaniard. The project was canceled, but Dalí held up his end of the bargain anyway, creating images that run the gamut from gorgeous and soft to frankly terrifying.

See the complete set here

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