Life’s a bit breakneck at the moment, but I’m pulling my head up out of the water just high enough to mention this:
Gustave Doré, whose spectacular illustrations for Don Quixote would be the absolute pinnacle of an amazing artistic career if he hadn’t ALSO DONE DANTE, produced 26 engravings for Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven.”
They are, predictably, fantastic. But they’re also a bit different from some of his other works, as highlighted by OpenCulture’s post:
Like all of his illustrations, the images are rich with detail, yet in contrast to his earlier work, particularly the fine lines of his Quixote, these engravings are softer, characterized by a deep chiaroscuro appropriate to the mood of the poem.