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Dante und Vergil in der Hölle (Die Dante-Barke), by Eugène Ferdinand Victor Delacroix (1822)

Alternatively titled The Bark of Dante, this painting was Delacroix's first Paris Salon triumph. Inspired by Dante's Inferno, the red-robed figure is the Latin poet Virgil, who guides Dante through Hell as the writhing, demonic souls of immoral Florentines struggle to get into the boat. [1]

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