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Saint George

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An image of St George taken from the Book of Hours, use of Sarum, Pink Canopies Group, Bruges, circa Medieval Books, Medieval Tapestry, Medieval Life, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Saint George And The Dragon, Renaissance Kunst, Illumination Art

An Image of St George from the Book of Hours

Image of St George from the Book of Hours, part of the Illuminating the Renaissance virtual exhibition

High-relief figure of St. George on horseback, facing right, slaying the dragon. He holds a sword with seed-pearl handle high over his head. Tudor History, British History, Asian History, Royal Jewels, Crown Jewels, Elisabeth I, Saint George And The Dragon, Renaissance Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry

From the collection of HM Queen Elizabeth. Royal Cap Badge of Henry VIII. As documented in a miniature portrait painted by Hans Holbein. "St. George Slaying the Dragon" - Gold, Pearl, Cloisonne' Enameling.

Porto San Giorgio Polyptych: Saint George Slaying the Dragon (detail) -- 1470 -- Carlo Crivelli -- Italian -- Gold and tempera on wood -- Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Art, Tempera, Michelangelo, Hl Georg, Saint George And The Dragon, Gardner Museum, Saint Georges, Medieval Art

St. George and the Dragon, 1470 (gold tempera on panel) , Carlo Crivelli (c.1430/35-1495)

Banner Borgogna - Włochy - ok. Medieval Banner, Story Of The World, Dark Ages, Saint George, Flag Design, Silk Painting, Illuminated Manuscript, 15th Century, Battle

1474-76, Burgundy. Banner of the Guard. Spoils of the Battle of Nancy. Height 113cm. Length (bottom) 342cm. Taffeta silk. Separate cloth in blue and white and surrounded by a rim of gold. Depicts St. George and the dragon, with the motto je Lay Emprins in Gothic letters of gold surrounded by braided cords. Blue and white fringe surround.

George (Novgorod, c., Russian museum) - Saint George and the Dragon - Wikipedia Religious Icons, Religious Art, Patron Saint Of England, Saint George And The Dragon, St Georges Day, Religious Paintings, Byzantine Icons, Russian Art, Russian Icons

russian-style

St. George - Novgorod, early 14th century. Just pretty St.George with funny comics, yes. Too much serious art in our blog we need more fun

Heures à l'usage dominicain , dites Heures de Frédéric d'Aragon Auteur : Maître de Claude de France (14..-15..). Enlumineur Auteur : Bourdichon, Jean (1457 ?-1521). Enlumineur Auteur : Todeschino, Giovanni (14..-1503?). Enlumineur Date d'édition : 1500-1505 Type : manuscrit Langue :	 Latin Medieval Paintings, Renaissance Paintings, Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Art, Medieval Dragon, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Pics Of Dinosaurs

Horæ ad usum Fratrum Prædicatorum, dites Heures de Frédéric d’Aragon

Horæ ad usum Fratrum Prædicatorum, dites Heures de Frédéric d’Aragon -- 1501-1502 -- manuscrits

Prayer Book including Office of the Dead St. George and the Dragon Walters Manuscript fol. by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts Medieval Horse, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Saint George And The Dragon, Saint Georges, Book Of Hours, Prayer Book, Sacred Art

Prayer Book, including Office of the Dead, St. George and the Dragon, Walters Manuscript W.164, fol. 141v

This prayer book was produced ca. 1430-40, likely in Brabant, but the contents of the calendar point to Tournai and Cambrai, and the Office of the Dead is for the Use of Liège. North Netherlandish influence, possibly connected with works by the Masters of the Gold Scrolls, is suggested by the style and iconography of its images. The manuscript is notable for its large number of miniatures - forty-eight in total - as well as the sense of narrative within them, and the diversity of the…

Image of an item from the British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts Medieval Knight, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Saint George And The Dragon, Dragon History, Christian Artwork, Arm Armor, Dragon Slayer

Image of an item from the British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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St George and a lizard-like dragon. Miniature from the Huth Hours, Netherlands, c. British Library: Add MS f. Medieval Dragon, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Medieval Books, Medieval Times, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Patron Saint Of England, Statues

The Anatomy of a Dragon

Happy St George’s Day, everyone! For some images of this patron saint of England, Portugal, Russia, and many other nations, please see our post from last year. Today, though, we thought we would turn our attention to St George’s famous opponent, the dragon. Detail of a miniature of St George...

St George and the dragon. Detail of a miniature from the Beaufort/Beauchamp Hours, England (London) and Netherlands (Bruges), c. British Library: Royal MS 2 A XVIII, f. Dragon Medieval, Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Hl Georg, Patron Saint Of England, Saint George And The Dragon, Saint Georges

Image of an item from the British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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Rogier van der Weyden - Saint George and the Dragon (National Gallery of Art - Washington DC) ロヒール・ファン・デル・ウェイデン National Gallery Of Art, Art Gallery, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Wassily Kandinsky, Dragon Oil, Dragons, Saint George And The Dragon, Statue Antique

Once I Was A Clever Boy

A lock of Emperor Francis Joseph I of Austria's hair Image: ALEXANDER KLEIN/AFP/Getty Images/Daily Telegraph Today's Daily Telegraph has a report about an auction sale in Vienna at which a lock of hair of the Emperor Francis Joseph sold for the equivalent of £8,900, and other mementos of the Emperor, such as a pair of cuff-links, were also snapped up, as indeed was a ring linked to the Corsican Ogre. The report can be seen here.

Attributed to Hans von Judenburg. Saint George and the Dragon, ca. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection, 1964 Medieval World, Medieval Art, Saint George And The Dragon, Saint Georges, Early Middle Ages, The Cloisters, Catholic Saints, Renaissance, Sacred Art

Attributed to Hans von Judenburg | Saint George and the Dragon | Austrian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Saint George and the Dragon Attributed to Hans von Judenburg ca. 1420