Don Quijote: Engravings by Gustavo Doré,

II

(In-text illustrations)

[en español]

The following engravings were taken from the Edoardo Perino Italian edition of the Quijote (Rome, 1888). These engravings are in the public domain; no permission is needed to use them; however, here we must thank Claudio Paganelli, who contributed them for this page. Titles have been created to help in selecting images.

This set of illustrations consists of the engraving included within the text of the individual chapters, and are much more detailed —and much larger files— than those images which are found at the beginnings and ends of the chapters (222 of which are available at: http://ipfw.edu/jehle/cervante/doreng1.htm).

Don Quijote I (1605)
  1. Don Quijote, reading novels of chivalry (I, Prologue)
  2. Don Quijote departs for the first time (I, 2)
  3. Don Quijote watches over his arms (I, 3)
  4. Don Quijote with Juan Haldudo, Andrés' master (I, 4)
  5. Don Quijote y muleteer of the merchants from Toledo (I, 4)
  6. Don Quijote, lying on the ground next to Rocinante, recalling Valdovinos and the Marqués of Mantua (I, 5)
  7. Don Quijote persuades Sancho to serve as his squire (I, 7)
  8. Don Quijote battling with a windmill (I, 8)
  9. Don Quijote and Rocinante, after the battle with the windmill (I, 8)
  10. The speech on the golden age (I, 11)
  11. Don Quijote and Sancho drink from a stream (I, 15)
  12. The fight with the Yanguesans/Gallicians (I, 15)
  13. Sancho “with his string of beasts” (I, 15)
  14. Don Quijote and Maritornes garret of the inn (I, 16)
  15. Don Quijote and Sancho in the garret (I, 17)
  16. Don Quijote and Sancho try to leave the inn (I, 17)
  17. Sancho's blanket-tossing (I, 17)
  18. The battle of the flocks of sheep (I, 18)
  19. Don Quijote and Sancho, riding at night (I, 20)
  20. Don Quijote and Sancho discover the fulling mill hammers (I, 20)
  21. Don Quijote address the galley slaves (I, 22)
  22. Don Quijote, Sancho and their animals, beaten by the galley slaves (I, 23)
  23. Don Quijote and Sancho in Sierra Morena (I, 23)
  24. Don Quijote and Sancho in Sierra Morena (I, 23)
  25. Don Quijote and Sancho in Sierra Morena (I, 23)
  26. Don Quijote and Sancho in Sierra Morena (I, 23)
  27. Don Quijote and Sancho discover the dead mule (I, 23)
  28. Don Quijote and Sancho in Sierra Morena (I, 25)
  29. Don Quijote “did two somersaults...” (I, 25)
  30. Lucinda gives a letter for Cardenio to a passerby (I, 27)
  31. El priest and the barber discover Dorotea (I, 28)
  32. Don Fernando gives his word he will marry Dorotea (I, 28)
  33. Dorotea hurls her attacking servant down a precipice (I, 28)
  34. Don Quijote in Sierra Morena, thinking about Dulcinea (I, 29)
  35. Don Quijote alone in Sierra Morena (I, 29)
  36. Don Quijote y princess Micomicoma (I, 29)
  37. A knight errant defends a bridge against an army (I, 32)
  38. A knight errant kills several giants (I, 32)
  39. Don Quijote and others on horseback (I, 32)
  40. Lotario and Camila, who has wounded herself (I, 34)
  41. Don Fernando, kidnapping Lucinda (I, 36)
  42. A Christian captive among Moors (Pagán de Oria, apparently) (I, 39)
  43. The Captive, Zoraida and the Christian oarsmen in the boat (I, 41)
  44. El French pirates' ship (I, 41)
  45. The Christians leave Zoraida's father on the coast (I, 41)
  46. Don Quijote, with his hand tied by Maritornes (I, 42)
  47. The caging of Don Quijote (I, 46)
  48. El Captive and the renegade, talking about Lela Marién's letter (I, 40)
  49. Zoraida falls in the Captive's arms (I, 41)
  50. Don Quijote, inside the cage (I, 47)
  51. Sancho asked a question of Don Quijote (caged) (I, 47)
  52. A knight errant beside a lake with monsters (I, 49)
  53. The Knight of the Lake (I, 49)
  54. The Knight of the Lake, after dining (I, 49)
  55. Leandra is found in a cave (I, 51)
  56. The fight between Don Quijote and the goatherd Eugenio (I, 52)
  57. Don Quijote, wounded by the pilgrims (I, 52)

    Don Quijote II (1615)
  58. Don Quijote and Sancho, riding through the streets of a city (Barcelona) (II, 61)
  59. Don Quijote on Rocinante, Sancho on stakes en Sierra Morena (II, 4)
  60. Don Quijote y Sancho, on the road to el Toboso (II, 8)
  61. Sancho and Don Quijote with the three village girls (II, 10)
  62. Don Quijote and Sancho, sitting in the country, at night (II, 12)
  63. The demon with the inflated bladders startles Rocinante (II, 11)
  64. The lion “turned his back and showed his rear end to Don Quijote” (II, 17)
  65. Don Quijote and Sancho arrive at the house of the Gentleman in the Green Coat (II, 18)
  66. Don Quijote wakes up Sancho with his lance (II, 20)
  67. The festive atmosphere of Camacho's wedding (II, 20)
  68. “Eat friend, and breakfast on this skimming” (II, 20)
  69. The dance at Camacho's wedding (II, 20)
  70. Basilio's friends rush to help him (II, 21)
  71. The festivities continue, but Basilio and his followers leave (II, 21)
  72. Don Quijote and Sancho, at the home of Basilio and Quiteria (II, 22)
  73. An infinite number of crows and rooks fly out of Montesinos' cave, knocking Don Quijote to the ground (II, 22)
  74. Sancho and the cousin pull Don Quijote (asleep) out of Montesinos' cave (II, 22)
  75. Don Quijote, Montesinos and Durandarte, in Montesinos' cave (II, 23)
  76. A procession of beautiful maidens in Montesinos' cave (II, 23)
  77. Maese Pedro and the fortune-telling ape (II, 25)
  78. Maese Pedro's puppet show (II, 26)
  79. Don Quijote and Sancho with the squadron of the braying villagers (II, 27)
  80. The millers pull Don Quijote and Sancho out of the water (II, 29)
  81. Don Quijote sees falconers —the duke and duchess— in a meadow (II, 30)
  82. The arrival of Don Quijote and Sancho at the palace of the duke and duchess (II, 31)
  83. Sancho with the duchess (II, 33)
  84. The procession, at night in the woods (II, 35)
  85. Don Quijote, Sancho and the duke and duchess return to the palace, after Sancho accepts the penance (II, 35)
  86. Sancho is received as governor of the isle Barataria (II, 45)
  87. Altisidora sings a ballad to Don Quijote (II, 44)
  88. Sancho, governor: the case of the ten gold escudos (II, 45)
  89. Don Quijote asks the duchess for a lute (to disillusion Altisidora —who has fainted) (II, 46)
  90. “Absit!” Doctor Pedro Recio de Tirteafuera has Sancho's food taken away (II, 47)
  91. Don Quijote, in bed after the cat fright (II, 48; the episode occurred in chapter 46)
  92. Doña Rodríguez and Don Quijote (who is standing in his bed) (II, 48)
  93. Sancho, “with one shield in front and another in back”, ready for battle (II, 53)
  94. Sancho, “coming up to Dapple, gave him a kiss of peace on the forehead, and not without tears in his eyes, said...” (II, 53)
  95. Sancho and Dapple in the pit (II, 55)
  96. Don Quijote requests permission to leave from the duke an duchess (II, 57)
  97. Don Quijote tangled in the nets of the members of the pretend Arcadia (II, 58)
  98. Don Quijote and Sancho, trampled by bulls (II, 58)
  99. Don Quijote and Sancho beside a pool (II, 59)
  100. Don Quijote with Don Juan y Don Jerónimo in the inn (II, 59)
  101. Sancho and the hanged bandits (II, 60)
  102. Don Quijote with Roque Guinart and the bandits, “addressing them to try to persuade them to abandon that way of life” (II, 60)
  103. Roque Guinart: “Our way of life must seem a new one to you, Don Quijote” (II, 60)
  104. Roque Guinart punishes a bandit “drawing his sword, he opened his head in two places” (II, 60)
  105. Don Quijote on the beach at Barcelona, awaiting the dawn (II, 61)
  106. The evening party with the ladies, at the home of Don Antonio Moreno (II, 62)
  107. The episode of the enchanted head: “With this the questions and answers came to an end, but everyone's admiration did not” (II, 62)
  108. Don Quijote, defeated by the Knight of the White Moon, and forced to not take up arms for an entire year (II, 64)
  109. “Leaving Barcelona, Don Quijote turned to look at the place where he had fallen,, and said: «Here was Troy!»” (II, 66)
  110. Don Quijote and Sancho on the road: “When I was a knight errant, bold and brave, with my works and my hands I gave credit to my deeds; and now that I am a pedestrian squire, I will give credit to my words, fulfilling the one I gave as my promise” (II, 66)
  111. Don Quijote and Sancho, and the lashes: “You've given yourself more than 1000 lashes, if haven't miscounted: that's enough for now” (II, 71)
  112. Don Quijote and Sancho “went up a hill, from which they caught sight of their village, and when Sancho saw it, he got down on his knees” (II, 71)
  113. Don Quijote's death (II, 74)


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