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Dante Running from the Three Beasts

Dante Running from the Three Beasts, William Blake
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37 cmDante Running from the Three Beasts scale comparison52.5 cm
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Dante Running from the Three Beasts is a Symbolist Pen, Ink and Watercolor Drawing created by William Blake from 1824 to 1827. It lives at the National Gallery of Victoria in Australia. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged The Divine Comedy and Angels. Download

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