Don Quijote: Engravings by Gustavo Doré

I

(Illustrations at the beginnings and end of chapters)

[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, at least hear we have to 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 offered at the beginnings and ends of the individual chapters, and are much less detailed —and much smaller files— than those images which are found within the text (113 of which are available at: http://ipfw.edu/jehle/cervante/doreeng2.htm).

Don Quijote I (1605)
  1. Alonso Quijano: books and dreams (I, Prologue)
  2. Design (I, Prologue)
  3. Dreams of a life of chivalry (I, 1)
  4. Quijote arrives at the inn (I, 2)
  5. They try to feed Don Quijote in the inn (I, 2)
  6. Don Quijote begs the innkeeper to dub him knight errant (I, 3)
  7. Don Quijote is dubbed knight errant (I, 3)
  8. Don Quijote finds poor Andrés (I, 4)
  9. Don Quijote and Rocinante, knocked down (I, 4)
  10. Don Quijote returns home (I, 5)
  11. A neighbor takes Don Quijote home (I, 5)
  12. Don Quijote, lying in his bed (I, 6)
  13. Don Quijote persuades Sancho to serve as his squire (I, 7)
  14. Don Quijote sees the monks and the carriage (I, 8)
  15. Sancho places Don Quijote on Rocinante (I, 8)
  16. The battle between Don Quijote and the Vizcaíno (I, 9)
  17. Sancho begs his master for the island (I, 10)
  18. Don Quijote, Sancho, and the goatherds (I, 11)
  19. Sancho bandages up Don Quijote (I, 11)
  20. Marcela, shepherdess (I, 12)
  21. Sancho sleeping between his donkey and Rocinante (I, 12)
  22. Don Quijote talks with Vivaldo (I, 13)
  23. Cupid sitting on Grisóstomo's tomb (I, 13)
  24. Grisóstomo's burial (I, 14)
  25. Cupid and death (I, 14)
  26. Rocinante and one of the Yanguesans/Gallicians' mares (I, 15)
  27. Don Quijote and Sancho beaten by the Yanguesans (I, 15)
  28. Don Quijote and Sancho, unable to move in the garret of the inn (I, 16)
  29. Don Quijote and Maritornes in the garret of the inn (I, 16)
  30. Sancho's blanket-tossing (I, 17)
  31. Maritornes gives Sancho something to drink (I, 17)
  32. Don Quijote waits while Sancho leaves the inn (I, 18)
  33. Don Quijote describes the battle of the flocks of sheep (I, 19)
  34. Don Quijote and Sancho talk under a tree (I, 19)
  35. Sancho hobbles Rocinante so Don Quijote can't leave (I, 20)
  36. Sancho mocks Don Quijote (when they discover the fulling mill hammers) (I, 20)
  37. Don Quijote and the barber with Mambrino's helmet (I, 21)
  38. Don Quijote talks to Sancho about the enchanted helmet (I, 21)
  39. Don Quijote addresses the galley slaves (I, 22)
  40. Don Quijote, Sancho the rain of stones (I, 22)
  41. Cardenio, Don Quijote, Sancho Panza, and a goatherd in Sierra Morena (I, 23)
  42. Cardenio tells his story to Don Quijote, Sancho, and a goatherd (I, 24)
  43. The fight between Cardenio, Don Quijote and Sancho (I, 24)
  44. Don Quijote decides to do penance in Sierra Morena (I, 25)
  45. Sancho leaves Sierra Morena to give a letter to Dulcinea (I, 25)
  46. Don Quijote considers the type of penance he should do (I, 26)
  47. Cardenio watches the wedding of Lucinda and Don Fernando (I, 27)
  48. Cardenio, in despair in Sierra Morena (I, 27)
  49. The priest and the barber find Sancho (I, 28)
  50. Dorotea, dressed as a man (I, 28)
  51. The princess Micomicoma requests help from Don Quijote (I, 29)
  52. A giant (Pandafilando de la Fosca Vista), with a broom (I, 29)
  53. Don Quijote chastises a Sancho (I, 30)
  54. Sancho recovers Dapple (I, 30)
  55. El reencounter with Ginés de Pasamonte (I, 31)
  56. El reencounter with Andrés (I, 31)
  57. A knight errant attacks a monster (I, 32)
  58. Cupid (I, 32)
  59. Anselmo's dilemma (a woman, a sphinx, a demon and an angel) (I, 33)
  60. Lotario begins to woo Camila (I, 33)
  61. A man on horseback (Anselmo rushing to his ruin?) (I, 34)
  62. “And his impertinent curiosity cost Anselmo his life” (I, 34)
  63. Don Quijote and the wineskins (I, 35)
  64. Anselmo writes, before dying (35)
  65. In the inn: Cardenio and Lucinda, Dorotea and Don Fernando (I, 36)
  66. Sancho, with an extremely long nose (I, 36)
  67. Don Quijote and Sancho talk in the inn (about the princess and the wineskins) (I, 37)
  68. Arms and letters (a sword, pen, and book) (I, 37)
  69. The speech on arms and letters (I, 38)
  70. A man sitting, with two dogs (I, 38)
  71. The Captive's tale: the battle of Lepanto (I, 39)
  72. The Captive's tale: destroyed ships (I, 39)
  73. The Captive and Zoraida in the boat (I, 41)
  74. The arrival of a captive in Spain (I, 41)
  75. The Captive and Zoraida in front of a statue of Mary and Christ (I, 41)
  76. Don Quijote, with his hand tied by Maritornes (I, 42)
  77. Don Quijote falls after being untied (I, 42)
  78. The innkeeper's wife and daughter beg Don Quijote to help him (I, 44)
  79. The fight over the packsaddle, between Sancho and the barber (I, 45)
  80. “The discord of Agramante's field” in the inn (I, 45)
  81. Don Luis serenades Doña Clara outside the inn (I, 42)
  82. The barber and Don Fernando, as phantoms, with Don Quijote (I, 47)
  83. The cage —with Don Quijote— is placed on the oxcart (I, 47)
  84. The trip back to the village, with Don Quijote in the cage (I, 48)
  85. Don Quijote “went away with Sancho to a remote place, from which he returned much relieved” (I, 48)
  86. A knight beheads two giants (I, 49)
  87. Don Quijote —now out of the cage— addresses the other travelers (I, 49)
  88. The shepherd Eugenio with his sheep Spotty (I, 50)
  89. A man and a woman (Leandra and her father?) in front of a crucifix (I, 51)
  90. Vicente de la Rosa tricks Leandra (I, 51)
  91. Don Quijote attacks the penitents (I, 52)
  92. “Here lies the knight...” (Concluding poems)
    Don Quijote II (1615)
  93. Cervantes, with Don Quijote and Sancho (II, Prologue)
  94. Cide Hamete Benengeli, Arabic historian? (II, Prologue)
  95. Don Quijote in bed, surrounded by his housekeeper, his niece, the priest, and the barber (II, 1)
  96. Sancho struggles to get in, and and the housekeeper and niece defend the door (II, 2)
  97. Don Quijote in his room, with Sancho and bachelor Sansón Carrasco (II, 3)
  98. Sancho returns home to eat (II, 3)
  99. Sancho speaks about the los of Dapple in Sierra Morena (II, 4)
  100. The stakes give way, and Sancho falls on the ground (II, 4)
  101. The clever and witty conversation between Sancho Sancho Panza and his wife (II, 5)
  102. Sancho at home (II, 5)
  103. Don Quijote, defeating a devil (II, 6)
  104. Sancho in front of a door (II, 6)
  105. Don Quijote and Sancho, in the former's room (II, 7)
  106. Don Quijote and Sancho leave on another sally (II, 7)
  107. Don Quijote and Sancho, on the way to el Toboso (II, 8)
  108. Don Quijote and Sancho, sleeping on the ground (II, 8)
  109. Don Quijote enters el Toboso (II, 9)
  110. A village woman (II, 9)
  111. Sancho and Don Quijote with the three village girls (II, 10)
  112. Sancho, very satisfied with himself after the enchantment of Dulcinea (II, 10)
  113. Don Quijote and the Parliament of Death (II, 11)
  114. El dancing demon with the inflated bladders, on Dapple (II, 11)
  115. Don Quijote hears the Knight of the Woods (II, 12)
  116. The squire of the Knight of the Woods and Sancho withdraw to be alone (II, 12)
  117. The conversation between the two squires (II, 13)
  118. The two squires, asleep (II, 13)
  119. Sancho watches the battle between Don Quijote and the Knight of the Mirrors (II, 14)
  120. The defeated Knight of the Mirrors bears the face Sansón Carrasco (II, 15)
  121. Sansón Carrasco, recovering (II, 15)
  122. Don Quijote and Sancho continue their travels (II, 16)
  123. Sancho greets the Knight of the Green Coat (II, 16)
  124. The lion “turned his back and showed Don Quijote his rear end” (II, 17)
  125. The head of the caged lion (II, 17)
  126. Don Lorenzo reads his poem to his family and guests (II, 18)
  127. Don Quijote and Don Lorenzo (II, 18)
  128. The duel between the licentiate and bachelor Corchuelo (II, 19)
  129. The wedding of Camacho: musicians and dancers (II, 20)
  130. A jack-in-the-box (II, 20)
  131. Quiteria's dilemma: money or love (II, 21)
  132. “Only Sancho felt his soul saddened” (leaving Camacho's festivities) (II, 21)
  133. Don Quijote and Sancho, in the house of Basilio and Quiteria (II, 22)
  134. Don Quijote inside Montesinos' cave (II, 22)
  135. Don Quijote tells Sancho and the cousin the wondrous things he's seen in Montesinos' cave (II, 23)
  136. Montesinos with the heart of his friend Durandarte (to give it to Belerma) (II, 23)
  137. The procession of maidens which Don Quijote saw in Montesinos' cave (II, 24; described in chapter 23)
  138. Don Quijote, Sancho and the cousin with a page (II, 24)
  139. The braying of the aldermen (II, 25)
  140. Maese Pedro's puppet show (II, 25)
  141. The destruction of Maese Pedro's puppet show (II, 26)
  142. Maese Pedro and the fortune-telling ape (II, 26)
  143. The squadron of the braying villagers (II, 27)
  144. Don Quijote and Sancho fleeing the squadron of the braying villagers (II, 28)
  145. Don Quijote and Sancho, traveling (II, 28)
  146. Don Quijote and Sancho in the enchanted boat (II, 29)
  147. Don Quijote and Sancho in the enchanted boat approach the mill's waterwheel (II, 29)
  148. The falls of Sancho and Don Quijote when they meet the duke and duchess (II, 30)
  149. Sancho, hanging from a tree (II, 31; it happens in chapter 34)
  150. The grave ecclesiastic (II, 31)
  151. Don Quijote and the grave ecclesiastic, with the duke and duchess (II, 32)
  152. ? (II, 32)
  153. Sancho with the duchess (II, 33)
  154. Sancho, Dapple and Rocinante (II, 33)
  155. Sancho with the duchess (II, 34)
  156. Sancho, hanging from a tree (II, 34)
  157. Sancho and Dapple, at the start of the hunt (II, 34)
  158. The procession in the woods (II, 36; it occurs in chapter 35)
  159. Don Quijote, in the palace of the duke and duchess (II, 36)
  160. The arrival of the Sorrowful Lady-in-Waiting (Dolorida) (II, 37)
  161. Pages with the three corners of the dress of the countess Trifaldi (II, 37)
  162. The countess Trifaldi y squadron of the ladies-in-waiting (II, 37)
  163. Sancho (II, 38)
  164. The ladies-in-waiting (bearded) (II, 39)
  165. Sancho (II, 39)
  166. Clavileño el Alígero, with Pierres and the lovely Magalona (II, 40)
  167. Malambruno (II, 40)
  168. Four savages bring a wooden horse (II, 41)
  169. Clavileño “flew through the air, with a strange sound, and threw Don Quijote and Sancho Panza on the ground” (II, 41)
  170. Don Quijote and Sancho, flying on Clavileño (II, 42)
  171. Don Quijote and Sancho: “since you want me to believe what you've seen in the sky, I want you to believe what I saw in Montesinos' cave” (II, 42)
  172. Don Quijote la gives advice to Sancho before he leaves to govern the isle (II, 43)
  173. Don Quijote and Sancho, on a staircase in the palace (II, 43)
  174. Don Quijote, with the duke and duchess (II, 44)
  175. “With some ridiculous ceremonies, the presented [Sancho] with the keys to the town” (II, 45)
  176. Don Quijote, bedridden after the cat fright (II, 46)
  177. Don Quijote sings and plays a lute (II, 46)
  178. They lead Sancho to a royal table in a sumptuous palace (II, 47)
  179. Sancho, ready to break the head of the man from Miguel Turra with a chair (II, 47)
  180. Doña Rodríguez goes to Don Quijote's room to beg his help (II, 48)
  181. Doña Rodríguez, whom someone “raised her skirts, and with what appeared to be a slipper, began to give her so many slaps, that it was a pity” (II, 48)
  182. Making the rounds of his isle, Sancho finds a girl dressed like a boy (II, 49)
  183. A secretary in Sancho's isle (II, 49)
  184. Sancho's daughter leads the page to see Teresa Panza (II, 50)
  185. Sancho in his governorship: the question about the man who crossed the bridge (II, 51)
  186. Teresa and a “monacillo” write letters to Sancho and the duchess (II, 51)
  187. Don Quijote promises to challenge the man who seduced Doña Rogríguez' daughter (II, 52)
  188. Sancho, on the verge of being unseated from his governorship (II, 52)
  189. The winds of fortune: the instability of the present life (and Sancho's governorship) (II, 53)
  190. Sancho, going up a set of stairs (II, 53)
  191. Sancho, Ricote and the pilgrims, drinking from their winebottles (II, 54)
  192. Sancho withdraws with the pilgrims (II, 54)
  193. Sancho and his donkey fall into the pit (II, 55)
  194. The housekeeper, burning books (II, 55)
  195. Don Quijote and Sancho, on the road (II, 56; apparently leaving behind love —Altisidora— as in chapter 57)
  196. Don Quijote (without weapons) and Sancho, on the road (II, 56; it appears to belong to a later chapter)
  197. Don Quijote and Sancho, facing the bulls (II, 58)
  198. Don Quijote in the inn with Don Juan y Don Jerónimo (II, 59)
  199. Don Quijote (II, 59)
  200. The death of Vicente (killed by Claudia Jerónima) (II, 60)
  201. Don Quijote tries to give Sancho some of the lashes (II, 60)
  202. Don Quijote in Barcelona (II, 61)
  203. Don Antonio Moreno takes Don Quijote out on a balcony (II, 62)
  204. Sancho under a tree, with a crown that doesn't fit him (II, 62)
  205. Don Quijote, Sancho and Don Antonio Moreno go out to see the ships (II, 63)
  206. Ana Félix's death is prevented (II, 63)
  207. Single combat between Don Quijote and the Knight of the White Moon (II, 64)
  208. “With a litter chair, ...they carried [Don Quijote] to the city” (II, 64)
  209. “Six days Don Quijote stayed in bed, weak, sad, pensive, and in bad shape, with the unfortunate event of his defeat coming and going in his imagination” (II, 65)
  210. Don Quijote and Sancho under a tree (II, 66)
  211. Don Quijote and Sancho, trampled by pigs (II, 68)
  212. Don Quijote and Sancho (II, 68)
  213. Don Quijote and Sancho are brought to the palace of the duke and duchess (II, 68)
  214. Altisidora: “About a dozen devils were playing ball, all of them in breeches and jackets, ... books served in place of balls” (II, 70)
  215. Don Quijote and Sancho continue their journey to their village (II, 71)
  216. Don Quijote and Sancho, in an inn (II, 71)
  217. Don Quijote: “When I paged through that book about the second part of my story, it seems that I ran across this name Don Álvaro Tarfe” (II, 72)
  218. Don Quijote in bed, and Sancho (II, 72)
  219. Don Quijote and Sancho, at the entrance to their village: “there came running a rabbit, pursued by a lot of greyhounds” (II, 73)
  220. Don Quijote in bed, holding a crucifix (II, 73)
  221. Don Quijote's death (II, 74)
  222. Cervantes's pen


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