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dore

[də′rā]
(metallurgy)
Gold and silver bullion remaining in a cupeling furnace after removal of the oxidized lead.
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Gustave Dore (1832-1883): master of imagination [cited 2014 Aug 18] http://www.
Gustave Dore school group, commissioned in 1958, is located in Strasbourg route Mittelshausbergen Cronenbourg.
French artist Gustave Dore, who had already illustrated Rabelais (1854),
The presenter then hotfoots it to London to tell the story of Frenchman Gustave Dore, who shed light on the deprivation so keenly felt by the poor, huddled masses who made the capital their home.
In His Presence: Seven Visits To The Blessed Sacrament by Christine Haapala and illustrated by Gustave Dore is an inspiring collection of meditations and outlines of prayers for the use during particular holidays or yearly landmarks, as well as for seven consecutive days for a special prayer request.
William Blake and Gustave Dore, among others, likewise turned Dante's graphic descriptions into memorable scenes of lasting influence.
Well represented are the cartoons of Honore Daumier and Gustave Dore.
Second, it's an exploration of two cultural milieus: Paris, the glittering center of 19th-century European culture, home of Victor Hugo, Sarah Bernhardt, Gustave Dore, George Sand and other imposing personages; and Manhattan, the cocky, self-styled capital of a bold new Americanized postwar art world.
We get some sense of what it was like in Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold's London (1872), which provides the illustration for Porter's cover.
3: 405), which reproduces part of an unattributed Gustave Dore illustration of Inferno 18 in which Dante and Virgil gaze inexplicably downwards (upon, as it turns out in the original wood-block engraving, Thais and flatterers besmirched in excrement).
Inspired by an illustration by master French craftsman Gustave Dore, the creative team at the U.
Her romances were legendary and included such luminaries as Victor Hugo, Gustave Dore and the Prince of Wales who later became King Edward VII of England, and countless others - actors, businessmen, politicians, etc .