CANTO XVI - Violent against Nature

by: Stef Bastian

Artist: Stef Bastian

Size: 22" (h) x 15" (w) / 56 x 38cm

Type: Original Artwork

Watercolor and Gouache on Arches 300gr Cold Press paper

CANTO XVI - Violent against Nature

Dante and Virgil hear the Phlegethon's roar as it flows over the precipice between the seventh and eighth circles. As they resume their journey, Virgil throws the rope (symbolizing chastity and discipline against passion) into the abyss. A dark fog then appears, followed by a mysterious figure who leaves Dante breathless.

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