Saint George

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Saint George and the Dragon Date: 15th century Culture: South German Medium: Linden wood, polychromy, gilding

Saint George and the Dragon | South German | The Met

Frédéric Spitzer, Paris (until d. 1890); his posthumous sale, Chevallier and Mannheim, Paris (April 17–June 16, 1893, no. 222); Louis Mohl, Paris (by 1906); George and Florence Blumenthal, Paris and New York (in 1926-1941)

Art Nouveau George and the Dragon, Barcelona.

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The Church of St George the dragon slayer in Lod (Lydda)

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St George in Somerton

St George in Somerton

23 April is the feast of St George, martyr and patron of the Realm. Detail from a window Somerton's parish church in Somerset.

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St George and the Dragon

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St George and the Dragon window

Stained glass window of St George and the Dragon, memorialising members of the Benson company who died in the 1914-18 war, in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon. DSCN7217resized

Cross of St. George

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San Zeno St George Fresco

San Zeno St George Fresco

A 13th-14th century fresco of St George and the Princess inside the Basilica di San Zeno. The Basilica of San Zeno is possibly Verona’s grandest church from the outside and certainly within. The resting place of the remains of Saint Zeno – born in Africa, and the eighth bishop of Verona – it is a grand Romanesque basilica, rebuilt after the earthquake which badly hit the city in 1117AD. From the outside, the great rose window, the huge bronze doors the abbey tower and slender bell tower…