Digital images of hand-tinted lantern slides of Milton's Paradise Lost illustrations by Dore

Digital images of hand-tinted lantern slides of Milton's Paradise Lost illustrations by Dore

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Digital images of hand-tinted lantern slides of Milton's Paradise Lost illustrations by Dore. Lantern slide digital images from Milton's Paradise Lost that are hand-tinted. This is for a digital file of scans taken from a set of antique stereopticon lantern slides. The lantern was a precursor to motion films as it allowed the images to have a smooth transition by holding two at once. The slides are made up of a (in this case) hand-tinted film that is held between two thin pieces of glass. The pieces of film are around 2 1/2” by 3”, orgional size. The images are copies of the Paul Gustave Dore (1832-1883) wood-cut illustrations for Milton's “Paradise Lost”. They were hand-tinted in a strong range of colours. They have been stored in the dark so the colours haven't faded. Considering when these types of slides were popular and figuring in the age of some dated slides from the same group we think they are likely to have been done between 1900 and 1910. We have a group of twelve images that vary a bit in size. The individual images were scanned to be roughly 1200 pixels wide by 1500 pixels high (except one which is only 1000 pixels wide). The image you recieve will not have the watermarks. This is a fantastic set of angel and demon images, all ready for use in your own creations. (or simply print them out and hang on your walls!)

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Purchase of these images entitles the buyer to personal use of the images including use for crafts and artwork for resale as well as personal use. They may not be used for resale as collage sheets, digital image compilation discs, digital scrapbooking kits, or image downloads. Purchase of these images also DOES NOT entitle the buyer to mass-reproduce the images (either digitally or in print) for resale or distribution to others.

Each set consists of four images scanned from lantern slides illustrating Milton's “Paradise Lost”.

The individual images were scanned to be roughly 1200 pixels wide by 1500 pixels high (except one which is only 1000 pixels wide).

Set Two: upper left: Book 6 Line 327 upper right: Book 6 Line 874

lower left: Book 10 Line 439 lower right: Book 10 Line 521

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