St. George and the Dragon, Lucas Cranach the Elder, ca. 1507
St George and the dragon; the knight depicted on horseback, with raised sword; the dragon lies below, with the lance pierced through the throat; the princess with lamb stands in the left background; first state; trimmed. c. 1480-90 Engraving Producer namePrint made by: Monogrammist FVB School/styleNetherlandish Date1480-1490 (c.) British Museum
Print made by Martin Schongauer Date 1469-1474 Schools /Styles German Description St Michael slaying the dragon; winged whole-length figure, standing on the dragon as he drives the spear through the monster's mouth; another impression, stained. Engraving
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St. George Slaying the Dragon Artist: Martin Schongauer (German, Colmar ca. 1435/50–1491 Breisach) Date: 15th century Medium: Engraving Classification: Prints Credit Line: Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1919 Accession Number: 19.7.2
St. George Slaying the Dragon
signorcasaubon: “Bernt Notke’s famous statue of Saint George and the Dragon at the Storkyrkan (Stockholm domkyrka/ Church of Saint Nicholas), quite possibly the most imaginative treatment of the...