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Cervantes Saavedra Collection

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Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: The Adventure of Mambrinos Helmet (Six Illustrations for Don Quixote), 1756 or after

The Adventure of Mambrinos Helmet (Six Illustrations for Don Quixote), 1756 or after

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: The Innkeepers Wife and Daughter Taking Care of ye Don after Being Beaten and Br

The Innkeepers Wife and Daughter Taking Care of ye Don after Being Beaten and Bruised (Six Illustrations for Don Quixote), 1756 or after

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Don Quixote and the Knight of the Rock (Six Illustrations for Don Quixote), 1756 or after

Don Quixote and the Knight of the Rock (Six Illustrations for Don Quixote), 1756 or after

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: The Curate and the Barber Disguising Themselves to convey Don Quixote Home (Six I

The Curate and the Barber Disguising Themselves to convey Don Quixote Home (Six Illustrations for Don Quixote), 1756 or after

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Don Quixote in the Sable Mountains, October 20, 1782. Creator: Robert Blyth

Don Quixote in the Sable Mountains, October 20, 1782. Creator: Robert Blyth
Don Quixote in the Sable Mountains, October 20, 1782. After John Hamilton Mortimer

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Plate 27: Dona Rodriguez, who is speaking at night with Don Quixote

Plate 27: Dona Rodriguez, who is speaking at night with Don Quixote, is surprised by the ladies of the Duchess (La Dame Rodrigue,s entretenant de nuit avec Don Quichotte)

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Don Quixote in His Study, 1857. Creator: William Henry Lake Price

Don Quixote in His Study, 1857. Creator: William Henry Lake Price
Don Quixote in His Study, 1857

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Sancho Panza, from Don Quixote, ca. 1776. ca. 1776. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

Sancho Panza, from Don Quixote, ca. 1776. ca. 1776. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
Sancho Panza, from Don Quixote, ca. 1776

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Don Quixote and the Dead Mule, after 1864. Creator: Honore Daumier

Don Quixote and the Dead Mule, after 1864. Creator: Honore Daumier
Don Quixote and the Dead Mule, after 1864

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Don Quixote and Sancho Panza Entertained by Basil and Quiteria, 1863?. Creator: Gustave Doré

Don Quixote and Sancho Panza Entertained by Basil and Quiteria, 1863?. Creator: Gustave Doré
Don Quixote and Sancho Panza Entertained by Basil and Quiteria, 1863?

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Cervantes, (1547-1616), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Cervantes, (1547-1616), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Cervantes, (1547-1616), 1830. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616) Spanish writer and novelist who wrote Don Quixote. From " Biographical Illustrations", by Alfred Howard

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra, (1933). Portrait of Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1615), widely regarded as the greatest writer in the Spanish language

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra (1547-1615), Spanish writer

Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra (1547-1615), Spanish writer

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Miguel de Cervantes, Spanish author, 19th century (1894). Artist: Nicolas-Auguste Leisnier

Miguel de Cervantes, Spanish author, 19th century (1894). Artist: Nicolas-Auguste Leisnier
Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616), Spanish author, 19th century (1894). From A Collection of Engraved Portraits (Further Selection) Exhibited by the Late James Anderson Rose

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Don Quixote. Pen Sketch from Line: An Art Study, 1923. Artist: Edmund Joseph Sullivan

Don Quixote. Pen Sketch from Line: An Art Study, 1923. Artist: Edmund Joseph Sullivan
Don Quixote. Pen Sketch from Line: An Art Study, 1923. A Spanish novel by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Published in two volumes, in 1605 and 1615

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra and Pedro Calderon De La Barca, c1900

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra and Pedro Calderon De La Barca, c1900. Spanish poets of the 16th and 17th centuries. French advertising for Liebig, extract of meat, c1900

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Miguel de Cervantes, Spanish novelist, poet and playwright, 19th century. Artist: E Mackenzie

Miguel de Cervantes, Spanish novelist, poet and playwright, 19th century. Artist: E Mackenzie
Miguel de Cervantes, Spanish novelist, poet and playwright, 19th century. Portrait of Cervantes (1547-1616), the author of Don Quixote

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Illustration from the novel Don Quixote, by Miguel de Cervantes, 1863. Artist: Gustave Dore

Illustration from the novel Don Quixote, by Miguel de Cervantes, 1863. Artist: Gustave Dore
Illustration from the novel Don Quixote, by Miguel de Cervantes, 1863. Found in the collection of the Russian State Archive of Literature and Art, Moscow

Background imageCervantes Saavedra Collection: Cervantes, Spanish author

Cervantes, Spanish author


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"Cervantes Saavedra: The Mastermind Behind Don Quixote's Iconic Adventures" Step into the world of Cervantes Saavedra, the brilliant mind who gave birth to one of literature's most beloved characters - Don Quixote. Through his timeless masterpiece, Cervantes takes us on a journey filled with chivalry, humor, and profound insights. In "The Adventure of Mambrinos Helmet, " beautifully illustrated in 1756 or after, we witness Don Quixote's quest for glory as he sets out to find the enchanted helmet. His unwavering determination is matched only by his vivid imagination. "Don Quixote Releases the Galley Slaves" showcases our valiant hero fighting against injustice and championing freedom. This captivating scene from 1756 or after reminds us that even in a world full of darkness, there is always room for acts of bravery and compassion. Amidst all the chaos and adventure, we encounter heartwarming moments like "The Innkeepers Wife and Daughter Taking Care of ye Don after Being Beaten. " It highlights the kindness that can be found even in unexpected places – a testament to Cervantes' ability to infuse humanity into every aspect of his story. "The Curate and the Barber Disguising Themselves" reveals Cervantes' wit as he orchestrates hilarious schemes to bring our beloved knight back home safely. These clever disguises remind us that friendship knows no bounds when it comes to protecting those we care about. Cervantes also delves into deeper themes such as love and loss in "The Funeral of Chrystom & Marcella vindicating herself. " Through this poignant illustration series, created for an edition published sometime later than 1782, we are reminded that true love transcends death itself. Don Quixote's iconic image is brought to life through various artistic interpretations over time.