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King & Queen and H.R.H. The Prince of Wales

King George V, Queen Mary and H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, taken during a visit to the Western Front in France. They are positioned in front of a large brick building with French windows. The King and Queen are ... more

Papyrus Fragment of a Letter to George

Made in Thebes, Byzantine Egypt

Medallion with Saint George from an Icon Frame

These nine medallions are from a group of twelve that once surrounded an icon of the archangel Gabriel. The medallions may have been sent as a gift from the Byzantine court to the neighboring Christian state of... more

Capital with Saint George and the Dragon

Made in Narbonne (?), France

Saint George and the Dragon

Originally made for the interior of Saint Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, this sculpture was removed during renovations in the early nineteenth century. The saint's body armor, an important transitional type kno... more

Saint George

Made in Carinthia, Austria

George from BL Royal 19 B XVII, f. 109

Miniature of George killing the dragon, with the princess kneeling. Image taken from f. 109 of Legenda aurea. Written in French.

George from BL Royal 19 B XVII, f. 109

Detail of a miniature of George killing the dragon, with the princess kneeling. Image taken from f. 109 of Legenda aurea. Written in French.

Saint George and the Dragon

Made in Swabia, Germany

St. George Slaying the Dragon

Martin Schongauer (German, Colmar ca. 1435/50–1491 Breisach)

Saint George and the Dragon

Manner of Gian Francesco Enzola (Italian, active 1456–78)

Panel with Saint George and the Dragon

Made in possibly Cologne, Lower Rhine, Germany

George and the dragon from BL Royal 2 A XVIII, ff. 5v-6

Miniature of St George and the dragon facing the text of a prayer to St George. Image taken from ff. 5v-6 of Added prayers to saints. Written in Latin.

George and the dragon from BL Royal 2 A XVIII, f. 5v

Detail of a miniature of George and the dragon. Image taken from f. 5v of Added prayers to saints. Written in Latin.

Medallion with Saint George Slaying The Dragon

Similar mother of pearl medallions were often set into reliquaries. It has also been suggested that they might have been used as hat ornaments.

St. George, from the series The Apostles

Master ES (German, active ca. 1450–67)

St. George Slaying the Dragon

Martin Schongauer (German, Colmar ca. 1435/50–1491 Breisach)

George and the dragon from BL Royal 2 A XVIII, f. 5v

Miniature of George and the dragon, with a foliate border. Image taken from f. 5v of Added prayers to saints. Written in Latin.

Denis and George from BL Eg 1070, f. 90v

Miniatures of Denis (left) and George (right), with partial foliate borders carried by angels. Image taken from f. 90v of Book of Hours, Use of Paris ('The Hours of René d'Anjou'). Written in Latin, calendar an... more

Saint George and the Dragon

Attributed to Hans von Judenburg

Pennon of St George from BL Royal 14 E IV, f. 114

Miniature of Pennon of St George hoisted at 'Ville Viciouse', with a partial border containing a lozenge bearing a white rose of the York family, at the beginning of chapter 23 of book 2. Image taken from f. 11... more

Saint George

These panels are from an altarpiece painted for a Dominican church in the Marchigian town of Ascoli Piceno. The central panel, a Madonna and Child, signed and dated 1472, is also in the Metropolitan (Linsky Col... more

Saint George and the Dragon

Attributed to Hans Klocker (under the influence of Michael Pacher) Made in possibly Vienna, Austria

St. George and the Dragon

Master AG (German, active late 15th century)

Saint George Slaying the Dragon

This sculpture is indebted to the work of the Tyrolean painter and sculptor Michael Pacher (active 1460–1500). In the style of Michael Pacher (Austrian or German, active by 1462/3–died 1498) Made in Tyrol, Austria

St. George

Master IAM of Zwolle (Netherlandish, active ca. 1470–95)

Saint George and the Dragon, the Scourging of Christ and the Last Judgement, with donor figures and armorials

The arms are believed to be those of the Reichenburg family of Styria and the Reischacher family of Basil, and presumably refer to the man and woman who kneel to each side of the scene of The Mocking of Christ.... more

St. George

Nicoletto da Modena (Italian, Modena, active ca. 1500–ca. 1520)

Saint George Standing

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

Saint George Standing

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

Saint George Standing

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

Saint George Slaying the Dragon

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

Saint George and the Dragon

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

Saint George Standing with Two Angels

Lucas Cranach the Elder (German, Kronach 1472–1553 Weimar)

St. George Liberating the Princess

Lucas van Leyden (Netherlandish, Leiden ca. 1494–1533 Leiden)

Saint Eustace and Saint George

Hans Süss von Kulmbach (German, Kulmbach ca. 1480–1522 Nuremberg)

Saint George Killing the Dragon

Albrecht Altdorfer (German, Regensburg ca. 1480–1538 Regensburg)

Saint George on horseback

Anonymous, Italian

St. George standing behind kneeling donor, Jorig Baumgartner, and his family (one of a pair)

Painted by Hans Wertinger (German, Landschut ca. 1465–1533 Landshut)

Portrait medal of George the Bearded (duke of Saxony) (obverse); coat of arms (reverse)

George the Bearded, Duke of Saxony, was one of the more enlightened German princes in the early years of the Reformation. Known as an outstanding ruler, high-minded and deeply concerned for his subjects, he mai... more

St George Killing the Dragon

Engraved by Enea Vico (Italian, Parma 1523–1567 Ferrara)

St. George and the Sorcerer of Dacian

Lambert van Noort (Netherlandish, Amersfoort ca. 1520–1570/71 Antwerp)

Armor Garniture of George Clifford (1558–1605), Third Earl of Cumberland

George Clifford (1558–1605) was appointed Queen’s Champion in 1590 and was made a Knight of the Garter two years later. He is best remembered for his capture of the Spanish fort in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 159... more

Terminal Lame of a Grand Guard from the Armor Garniture of George Clifford (1558–1605), Third Earl of Cumberland

Made under the direction of Jacob Halder (British, master armorer at the royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England 1558–1608) Greenwich

Watch in the form of a Lesser George

Made in the shape of an ensign of the English Order of the Garter, the case of this watch depicts Saint George fighting the dragon, and its band is enameled with the motto of the order: HONI.SOIT.QVI/ MAL.Y. PE... more

The Kermis of Saint George

Johannes van Doetecum the elder (Netherlandish, active 1554–ca. 1600, died 1605)

The Kermis of Saint George

Johannes van Doetecum the elder (Netherlandish, active 1554–ca. 1600, died 1605)

Villiers, 1. Duke of Buckingham, George

Stecher: Delff, Willem Jacobsz.

Carleton, George

Stecher: Zetter, Paul de

Buchanan, George

Stecher: Granthomme, Jacques

Carleton, George

Stecher: Zetter, Paul de

Villiers, 1. Duke of Buckingham, George

Verleger: Moncornet, Baltazar

Villiers, 1. Duke of Buckingham, George

Verleger: Moncornet, Baltazar

Monck, George, 1. Duke of Albemarle

Verlag: Merian, Matthäus d. Ä. (Erben) Verlagsort: Frankfurt (Main)

Monck, George, 1. Duke of Albemarle

Verlag: Merian, Matthäus d. Ä. (Erben) Verlagsort: Frankfurt (Main)

George I

Jean Cavalier (active late 17th–early 18th century)

Buchanan, George

Stecher: Boulonois, Esme de

St. George and the dragon

Ralph Wood the Younger (British, Burslem 1748–1795 Burslem)