Dali Divine Comedy Prints – Paradise series
Paradise Series (The Divine Comedy)
Original Color Woodcuts by Salvador Dalí
Published in 1960 by Les Heures Claires, Paris, France.
Printed on Bfk Rives Paper
Dimensions: 10 X 13 Inches.
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Paradise #1 – Dante
Paradise #2 – The Angel of the First Heaven
Paradise #3 – Piccarda Donati
Paradise #4 – Beatrice resolves Dante’s doubts
Paradise #5 – In the heaven of Mercury
Paradise #6 – Church and Empire
Paradise #7 – Dante in doubt
Paradise #8 – The Ascent to Venus
Paradise #9 – The bishop cum troubadour
Paradise #10 – The Song of the wise Spirits
Paradise #11 – The dust of Souls
Paradise #12 – The apparition of Dante’s great-great-grandfather
Paradise #13 – Original Perfection
Paradise #14 – The Cross of Mars
Paradise #15 – Cacciaguida’s history lesson
Paradise #16 – The Two Circles of Spirits
Paradise #17 – Cacciaguida sees Dante’s exile in God
Paradise #18 – Beatrice comforts the Poet
Paradise #19 – In the Heaven of Jupiter
Paradise #20 – The Constellation of blessed Spirits
Paradise #21 – The celestial staircase
Paradise #22 – Divine impenetrability
Paradise #23 – The Garden of Christ
Paradise #24 – The Joy of the blessed
Paradise #25 – The apparition of St. James
Paradise #26 – The Apotheosis of the Virgin Mary
Paradise #27 – The Angels of the Empyrean
Paradise #28 – St. Peter and Dante
Paradise #29 – Arrival at the Empyrean
Paradise #30 – The infinite Beauty of Beatrice
Paradise #31 – The Archangel Gabriel
Paradise #32 – Preparation for the Final Prayer
Paradise #33 – St. Bernard’s prayer to the Virgin
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