THE DIVINE COMEDY - HELL

Salvador Dali’s Surrealist interpretation of Dante’s Divine Comedy consists of 3 parts,
HEAVEN, PURGATORY, and HELL. Read more about its Historical background

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Departure for the Great Journey

Departure for the Great Journey

Virgil Comforts Dante

Virgil Comforts Dante

Charon and the Shore of Acheron

Charon and the Shore of Acheron

Limbo

Limbo

Minos

Minos

Cerberus

Cerberus

The Avaricious and the Prodigal

The Avaricious and the Prodigal

The Furies

The Furies

The Heretics

The Heretics

Limbo

On the Edge of the Seventh Circle

The Minotaur

The Minotaur

The Forest of the Suicides

The Forest of the Suicides

The Blasphemers

The Blasphemers

The Inhabitants of Prato

The Inhabitants of Prato

The Apparition of Dis

The Apparition of Dis

The Black Devil

The Black Devil

The Usurers

The Usurers

The Hard Margins

The Hard Margins

The Fraudulent Ones

The Fraudulent Ones

The Simonists

The Simonists

The Treacherous to their Hosts

The Treacherous to their Hosts

The Prevaricators

The Prevaricators

The Giants

The Giants

The Thieves

The Thieves

The Centaur

The Centaur

Diviners and Sorcerers

Diviners and Sorcerers

The Personators

The Personators

Bertan de Horn

Bertan de Horn

The Men Who Devour Each Other

The Men Who Devour Each Other

The Treacherous to the Homeland

The Treacherous to the Homeland

The Punishment of Hypocrites

The Punishment of Hypocrites

A Devil Logician

A Devil Logician