Gargantua and Pantagruel


The most famous and reproduced illustrations for Gargantua and Pantagruel were done by French artist Gustave Doré and published in 1854.[14] Several appear in this article. Over 400 additional drawings were done by Doré for the 1873 second edition of the book. An edition published in 1904 was illustrated by W. Heath Robinson.[15] Another set of illustrations was done by French artist Joseph Hémard and published in 1922.[16]

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