Ever since its publication, The Divine Comedy has inspired countless artists in the renaissance and beyond. Some very notable artists such as Rodin and Botticelli were greatly inspired by Dante's vivid descriptions, especially those in Inferno. You've probably seen Rodin's most famous piece, The Thinker, but you may not know that it is actually an enlarged version of a sculpture on one of his other works, The Gates of Hell. The piece also originally contained many of his other sculptures such as The Kiss and The Three Shades. Botticelli depicted scenes from all three books, and even illustrated some of the earliest editions. Below are some pictures of their pieces.