THE DIVINE COMEDY - PURGATORY

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

Sign Purgatory1
The Fallen Angel

The Fallen Angel

The Ship of Souls

The Ship of Souls

The Indolent Ones

The Indolent Ones

The Negligent Ones

The Negligent Ones

Virgil's Reproaches

Virgil's Reproaches

Princes of the Blossoming Valley

Princes of the Blossoming Valley

The Guardian Angels of the Valley

The Guardian Angels of the Valley

The Dream

The Dream

Virgil's Face

Virgil's Face

The Proud Ones

The Proud Ones

Leaving the Terrace of Anger

Leaving the Terrace of Anger

The Second Terrace

The Second Terrace

A Spirit Questions Dante

A Spirit Questions Dante

Envy

Envy

In the Cloud of Angry Ones

In the Cloud of Angry Ones

The Beauty of Sculptures

The Beauty of Sculptures

The Forth Terrace

The Forth Terrace

Dante's Dream

Dante's Dream

The Prodigality

The Prodigality

The Source

The Source

The Gluttony

The Gluttony

The Tree of Penitence

The Tree of Penitence

Mounting the Seventh Terrace: Lust

Mounting the Seventh Terrace: Lust

Meeting of Two Groups of Lustful Ones

Meeting of Two Groups of Lustful Ones

The Divine Forest

The Divine Forest

Meeting of Dante and Beatrice

Meeting of Dante and Beatrice

Announcement of the Great Event

Announcement of the Great Event

The Earthly Paradise

The Earthly Paradise

Dante's Confession

Dante's Confession

Dante Purified

Dante Purified