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The Globe and Mail

Doré defied the categories of 19th-century art


One of the world’s most influential illustrators

CBC News

Pictured Christs are always exasperating – but one feels reconciled to his one – one can say, this is not a man. I shall never forget it.

American author Mark Twain on Gustave Doré’s Christ Leaving the Pretorium in Mark Twain's Letters, Volume 5, 1872–1873

His influence is everywhere

Ottawa Citizen

Doré’s genius

Ottawa Citizen

Gustave Doré, it has always seemed to me, was a motion-picture art director born before his time . . . his influence on many directors was immense.

Visual effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen in The Art of Ray Harryhausen

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