Gustave Doré Digital Collection

Gustave Doré (1832-1883) was a French artist from the 19th-century. I have been working on digitizing some of his illustrations from our Rare & Special Books Collection at the University at Buffalo Libraries. We have about 55 pre-1923 books that feature Gustave Doré’s illustrations.

So far I have done two books, Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven (1884) and Tom Hood’s Fairy Realm (1865). While they are currently only a digital collection, I plan on having them available for purchase in our library store soon. I also plan on adding Coleridge’s Rime of the Ancient Mariner (1876), and Milton’s Paradise Lost (1885), among others.

View the digital collection!

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3 Responses to Gustave Doré Digital Collection

  1. joanna saccone says:

    i have a 17 x 12 leather bound copy of the idylls of the kings printed in London by edward moxon in 1868 which i would like to sell. the dore illustrations are in excellent condition although the leather cover is worn, the end pages and text and illustrations are in good condition, anybody there interested?

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