The Dore Gallery of Bible Illustrations Complete is really a gallery of drawings and engravings by the French artist and craftsman Paul Gustave Doré. Famous mostly as an illustrator, his illustrations went out in some of the most important books published during that era, including books by Balzac, Milton, and Dante. He also illustrated the works of Lord Byron, Don Quixote, and Edgar Allen Poe. The illustrations featured in The Dore Gallery of Bible Illustrations are his illustrations of the bible, including illustrations beginning at the creation and leading all the way up to the end of the old testament, the last notable illustration being that of Zechariah's "Vision of the Four Chariots." For those who are interested not only in the bible, but in historical publications of the bible, The Dore Gallery of Bible Illustrations Complete will likely satisify your desires for historical illustrations of the bible.