Illustrations by Manet

In 1875, the French poet, Stephane Mallarme, translated "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe into French. Mallarme's friend, douard Manet created illustrations for the book. Manet would later become a famous painter and the first 19th century artist to bridge the gap between Realism and Impressionism.

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Poster by ManetIllustration by Manet, no. 1Illustration by Manet, no. 2Illustration by Manet, no. 3Illustration by Manet, no. 4



Portraits of Edgar Allan Poe
The Raven Illustrated by Dore
Poe's Grave in Baltimore, MD
Poe's House in Baltimore, MD
Poe Museum in Richmond, VA
Poe's Cottage in New York City
Edgar Allan Poe Art
Edgar Allan Poe book from 1882
Illustrations by Manet
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