(detail) Manuscript illuminator Jean Bourdichon (1457-59-1521), 1503-08, Grandes Heures d’Anne de Bretagne, France. #Dragon

Dragon Serpent, Ancient Shamanic Medicines along with the Giant Birds, (detail) Manuscript illuminator Jean Bourdichon Grandes Heures d’Anne de Bretagne, France

Aquamanile (water vessel used for washing hands) in the form of a dragon. North German, ca. 1200.

Aquamanile in the Form of a Dragon Date: ca. 1200 Culture: North German Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: Overall: 8 x 7 in., x cm, Overall PD: 8 x 4 x 7 in. x x cm) Thickness PD: in.

Willem Vrelant, St. George and the Dragon, early 1460s (Flemish). Tempera colors, gold leaf, and ink on parchment. MS Ludwig IX 8, fol. 47. Getty Museum, Los Angeles

There is no Hero Without a Dragon: A Revisionist Interpretation of The Myth of St. George and the Dragon By Estelle A Maré Religion and Theology, -- Saint George and the Dragon, by Willem Vrelant - century

St. George and the Dragon. Book of Hours, c. 1420 (Flemish, perhaps Ghent), with additions in England, c. 1420. Morgan M.46, fol 27v. The Morgan Library, New York

St. George and the Dragon. Book of Hours, c. 1420 (Flemish, perhaps Ghent), with additions in England, c. 1420. Morgan M.46, fol 27v. The Morgan Library, New York

Perseus saves Andromeda from the sea monster. Christine de Pizan, Épître d'Othéa, illumination by 'The Master of Sir John Fastolf', 1450 (France). MS Laud Misc. 570, fol. 33v. Bodleian Library, Oxford.

Perseus--white horse--about to strike sea monster. Andromeda in red dress.

Saint George and the Dragon, Rogier van der Weyden, 1432-35. Oil on panel. National Gallery, Washington, DC

Saint George and the Dragon Rogier Van Der Weyden. National Gallery of Art, Wasshington D.

St George and the Dragon, altar wing from the St. George Altarpiece, by "The Master of the St. George Altarpiece," c. 1470. Klášter sv. Anežky České (Convent of St. Agnes), Prague.

Woman's dress in the background of Sainte George and the Dragon -Scanned from Bohemian art of the gothic and early renaissance periods, 1470

St. Michael kills the dragon. Book of Hours, c. 1415-20 (Netherlands, possibly Delft). Morgan M.866, fol. 111v. Morgan Library, New York.

Book of Hours, MS fol. - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

St. George and the Dragon. Book of Hours, c. 1420-30, Paris. UBH Cod.Sal.IXe, fol. 232r. Heidelberg Univ. Library

St. George and the Dragon. Book of Hours, c. 1420-30, Paris. UBH Cod.Sal.IXe, fol. 232r. Heidelberg Univ. Library

St. George and the dragon. Book of Hours, Use of Rennes, c. 1400-15 (Paris). Jean le Petit, scribe; follower of the Egerton Master, illuminator. MS Widener 4, fol. 188r. Free Library of Philadelphia.

George ~ Harvard Widener 4 Book of Hours, Use of Rennes ~ ~ ~ Paris, France ~ Free Library of Philadelphia ~ Miniature object

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