First published in 1604, the work "El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de La Mancha" (better known in English as Don Quixote) represents the literary apogee of what is commonly referred to the Spanish Golden Age. This remarkable collection from the Brown University Library Center for Digital Initiatives presents a host of illustrations from various editions of Don Quixote from the 18th and 19th centuries. These illustrations were created by a wide range of artists, including John Vanderbank, Jos Brunete, Pierre Choquet, and Gustave Dor. Visitors will note that the illustrations here were created using a variety of techniques, including copper engravings, linocuts, and lithographs. After looking over the "About" section, users can go ahead and browse the illustrations by date or name.


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