Carlos Schwabe illustrations for Charles Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du mal  

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Illustrations for Baudelaires «Les Fleurs du Mal», published by Charles Meunier in 1900. by Carlos Schwabe

List of illustrations[1]

  • Title page[2]
  • Bénédiction
  • Dawn / Morning Twilight (Le Crépuscule du Matin)
  • Hymne
  • Death (La Mort)
  • Posthumous Remorse (Remords Posthume)
  • Révolte
  • The Denial of Saint Peter (Le Reniement de Saint Pierre)
  • Spleen & Ideal
  • Hatred’s Cask (Le Tonneau de la Haine)
  • Don Juan in Hell (Don Juan aux Enfers)
  • Damned Women: Delphine and Hippolyta (Femmes Damnés: Delphine et Hippolyte)
  • L’Albatros
  • La Destruction
  • The Clock (L'Horloge)
  • The Wine of Lovers (Le Vin des Amants)





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