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Gustave Dore's Unpublished Engravings
Gustave Dore's Unpublished Engravings
An example of one of the engravings

Origin

Gustave Dore

Type

Engravings

Effects

Image moves and engraves other pieces of wood

Downsides

Makes nearby artwork turn more macabre and gothic styled

Activation

Placing near wood

Collected by

Agent J. Westrum

Section

Salico-84C

Aisle

43326-5018

Shelf

37846-2854-913

Date of Collection

March 31, 1917

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OriginEdit

Gustave Dore was a French printmaker known for his wood engraving illustrations of various classic works, including Don Quixote, the Divine Comedy, Shakespeare and Paradise Lost. He also made illustrations for poetry, fairy tales and short stories.

EffectsEdit

There were a few that he had that could move to other pieces of wood and engrave them in the process, then once they move on they become static. Any nearby pieces of art will have their images distorted into more morbid and gothic styled versions. The only way to neutralize it is for the engraving to move back to the original block of wood.

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