THE DIVINE COMEDY - HEAVEN

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

signs heaven
Dante

Dante

The First Sphere

The First Sphere

Beatrice

Beatrice

New Image of Beatrice

New Image of Beatrice

The Sphere of Mercury

The Sphere of Mercury

Dante's New Doubt

Dante's New Doubt

The Highest Beauty of Beatrice

The Highest Beauty of Beatrice

The Sphere of Venus

The Sphere of Venus

The Angel of the Sun

The Angel of the Sun

The Ancestor's Apparition

The Ancestor's Apparition

Thus Was the Earth Created

Thus Was the Earth Created

Christ's Apparition

Christ's Apparition

The Shine of Glorious Bodies

The Shine of Glorious Bodies

Dante's Ecstasy

Dante's Ecstasy

The Sixth Sphere of Jupiter

Beatrice's Splendour

The Language of the Bird

The Language of the Bird

The Sixth Sphere of Jupiter

The Sixth Sphere of Jupiter

The Mystic Ladder

The Mystic Ladder

The Angel of the Seventh Sphere

The Angel of the Seventh Sphere

Triumph of Christ and The Virgin

Triumph of Christ and The Virgin

Dante Recovers His Sight

Dante Recovers His Sight

The Joy of the Blessed

The Joy of the Blessed

Saint James and Hope

Saint James and Hope

The Walk toward God

The Walk toward God

The Archangel Gabriel

The Archangel Gabriel

To The Empyrean

To The Empyrean

The Creation of Angels

The Creation of Angels

Gloria Patri

Gloria Patri

Preparation for the Final Prayer

Preparation for the Final Prayer

Saint Bernard's Prayer

Saint Bernard's Prayer