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Gustave Dor was a French artist who worked as a painter, illustrator, caricaturist, printmaker, and comic artist. He was most famous for his wood engravings and illustrated numerous books, including the Bible. His work is found in museums and private collections worldwide. Here are some of his most famous works: Paul Doré, Bible Illustrations, and the Portrait of a Lady. His prints include the Biblical stories of Mary, Joseph, and Josephine, as well as illustrations from classic books.

Dore's work also includes humorous text comics. Four of his comics were published in comic book form. His work is dynamic and innovative, and some of his most popular are 'Histoire de la Sainte Russie' (1870), 'The Night Watch' (1875), and 'La Vieille Ville' (1903). These works are among the most celebrated in the history of the comic book. If you want to know more about Gustave Dor and his works, read on!

The art of Gustave Dore influenced artists throughout history. His illustrations included Coleridge's Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Milton's Paradise Lost, and Tennyson's Idylls of the King. Other notable works from the time period include The Divine Comedy and The Works of Thomas Hood. He was never married. However, after the death of his father in 1849, he continued to live with his mother in Paris. He died in Paris, shortly after the publication of the second edition of Gargantua and Pantagruel. His son, also called Dore, is a talented artist who is greatly respected by his peers.

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