Posted on July 25, 2021 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Here’s yet another commemoration of Italian poet and writer Dante Alighieri, who died seven hundred years ago this September.
The Visual Agency has created a free website that compiles artwork depicting scenes from his most famous work, The Divine Comedy, from across the centuries.
Right now, DivineComedy.digital hosts a thousand pieces of artwork from over ninety museums and covering all seven centuries since Dante’s death, according to Literary Hub.
(And as a bonus, the message it displays while loading is one of the more amusing ones we’ve seen yet!)
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