St. George and the Dragon

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  • Dragons are better than pigs

    These include the horned dragon,the winged dragon, the celestial dragon (which supports and protects the mansions of the gods), the spiritual dragon (which generates wind and rain for the benefit of mankind), the dragon of hidden treasures (which keeps guard over concealed wealth), the coiling dragon (which lives in water), and the yellow dragon (which once emerged from water and presented the legendary Emperor Fu Shi with the elements of writing). Other European legends about dragons include "Saint George and the Dragon", in which a brave knight defeats a dragon holding a princess captive. The dragon, however, is best known in legendary history as the monster whose duty it is to provide the hero with opportunities of valorA dragon is a legendary creature, typically depicted as a large...

  • Dragons are better than pigs

    These include the horned dragon,the winged dragon, the celestial dragon (which supports and protects the mansions of the gods), the spiritual dragon (which generates wind and rain for the benefit of mankind), the dragon of hidden treasures (which keeps guard over concealed wealth), the coiling dragon (which lives in water), and the yellow dragon (which once emerged from water and presented the legendary Emperor Fu Shi with the elements of writing). Other European legends about dragons include "Saint George and the Dragon", in which a brave knight defeats a dragon holding a princess captive. The dragon, however, is best known in legendary history as the monster whose duty it is to provide the hero with opportunities of valorA dragon is a legendary creature, typically depicted as a large...

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  • Dragons are better than pigs

    These include the horned dragon,the winged dragon, the celestial dragon (which supports and protects the mansions of the gods), the spiritual dragon (which generates wind and rain for the benefit of mankind), the dragon of hidden treasures (which keeps guard over concealed wealth), the coiling dragon (which lives in water), and the yellow dragon (which once emerged from water and presented the legendary Emperor Fu Shi with the elements of writing). Other European legends about dragons include "Saint George and the Dragon", in which a brave knight defeats a dragon holding a princess captive. The dragon, however, is best known in legendary history as the monster whose duty it is to provide the hero with opportunities of valorA dragon is a legendary creature, typically depicted as a large...

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q:
    Where can the "St. George and the Dragon" be seen?
  • A:
    The priceless piece of art is stored, maintained and displayed at the National Gallery of Art.
  • Q:
    What art supplies was used in the creation of the legendary artwork, St. George and the Dragon?
  • A:
    Oil paint was used to create the finished artwork.
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