Stories from Dante (1911)

Illustrated by Evelyn Paul




On the left, we show a rare copy of Stories from Dante

published by George G Harrap & Company in 1911 - an

edition that was printed by Turnbull & Spears in the

Scottish city of Edinburgh.


This copy shows the original decoratively gilt and

black stamped suede finish cover.









Our Greeting Cards and Reproduction Prints 


We have prepared sets of 16 Greeting Cards displaying each of the colour images from Stories from Dante (1911) and on the left, we show an example of how these Greeting Cards appear. Ordering one of those sets is as easy as selecting the "Add to Cart" feature below and following the prompts provided with our Shopping Cart secured through PayPal. Multiple purchases will be consolidated by that feature and shipping and handling costs to any destination in the world are accommodated by our flat-rate fee of US$20 for every US$200 worth of purchases.


Code: EP SD CS(16)
Price: US$80.00

When presented on Greeting Cards, these images are prepared as tipped-in plates - in homage to the hand-crafted

approach typical of prestige illustrated publications produced in the early decades of the 20th Century.


Hand-finishing is used to replicate the visual appearance of a tipped-in plate and the images are presented on

Ivory card stock (in the case of colour illustrations) or White card stock (in the case of monotone illustrations)

with an accompanying envelope. We have left the cards blank so that you may write your own personal



Should you wish to order a Reproduction Print or an individual Greeting Card from this suite of images, we

welcome your contact through


In the meantime, enjoy perusing these wonderful images from Evelyn Paul.



The colour illustrations



(by Dante Gabriel Rossetti)

Dante in the Streets of Florence

The Salutation of Beatrice

The Entrance to Hell

The Seventh Circle Virgil in Rome The Court of Frederick II The Carroccio

Attack on the Donati by

Guido Cavalcanti

The Meeting in Paradise

Sordello's Tribute to

the dead Eglamor

Giotto the Painter

The Heaven of Venus The Battle of Roncesvalles Dominic and the Moorish Bandits

St Francis of Assisi tending Lepers