St. Margaret

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MASCOTA Jean Bourdichon Bibliothèque nationale de France, Latin detail of fol. 380 (St Margaret of Antioch, patron saint of pregnancy, labour, and childbirth). Horae ad usum fratrum praedicatorum (Hours of Frederick of Aragon). Dragon Medieval, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Catholic Saints, Patron Saints, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Ste Marguerite, Dragons

Demonagerie

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Latin 10532, detail of fol. 380 (St Margaret of Antioch, patron saint of pregnancy, labour, and childbirth). Horae ad usum fratrum praedicatorum (Hours of Frederick...

'Saint Margaret and the Dragon' by unknown painter. Altar painting in the Mlynica Church, Slovakia, via illumanu Dragon Medieval, Medieval Art, Renaissance Kunst, Dragons, St Margaret, Medieval Manuscript, Arte Horror, Historical Images, Religious Art

Illumanu

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Harley MS 2974 f. Detail of a miniature of St Margaret emerging from the dragon, from a Book of Hours, France (Troyes? 1460 – c. Harley MS f. Medieval Dragon, Medieval World, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Ste Marguerite, Gravure Photo, Renaissance Kunst, Dragons

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

St Margaret emerging from the dragon (detail of f°165v) -- Book of Hours, Troyes? (France), 1460-147 [BL Harley MS 2974]

Harley MS 2974 f. Detail of a miniature of St Margaret emerging from the dragon, from a Book of Hours, France (Troyes? 1460 – c. Harley MS f. Medieval Dragon, Medieval World, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Ste Marguerite, Gravure Photo, Renaissance Kunst, Dragons

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

St Margaret emerging from the dragon (detail of f°165v) -- Book of Hours, Troyes? (France), 1460-147 [BL Harley MS 2974]

Sainte Marguerite et le dragon by renzodionigi. Margaret and the dragon Dragon Medieval, Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Ste Marguerite, Dragons, Medieval Tapestry, Medieval Paintings

Sainte Marguerite et le dragon

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St Margaret of Antioch, who was swallowed by a dragon and defeated it from within but cutting her way out with a crucifix. I call that imaginative. Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Medieval Tapestry, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Ste Marguerite, Dragons, Medieval Paintings, Renaissance Paintings

COULEURS

Art is a journey into the most unknown thing of all - oneself. Nobody knows his own frontiers… I...

Detail of a miniature of St Margaret emerging from the fire-breathing dragon, from the Dunois Hours, France (Paris), c. 1339 – c. Yates Thompson MS f. Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Medieval Dragon, St Margaret Of Scotland, Ste Marguerite, Fire Breathing Dragon, Renaissance, Mothering Sunday

Enter the Dragon: Happy St Margaret's Day!

Today is the feast day of St Margaret of Antioch (not to be confused with St Margaret of Scotland or Hungary). Although St Margaret was declared to be apocryphal in the year 494 by no less an authority than Pope Gelasius, and many people over many years have entertained doubts...

gorgonetta: demonagerie: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Latin f. Book of Hours, use of Rome. century Aw man, before I scrolled to see the bottom of the pic I thought this was a medieval illustration of a lady with a snake tail Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Medieval Paintings, St Margaret, Book Of Hours, Sacred Art, Christian Art

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Latin 1171, f. 87r (St Margaret). Book of Hours, use of Rome. 16th century

Detail of a miniature of St Margaret emerging from the dragon, from a Book of Hours, France (Paris), c. 1440 – c. Egerton MS f. Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Illuminated Manuscript, St Margaret Of Scotland, Ste Marguerite, Dragons, Dragon Images, Enter The Dragon

Enter the Dragon: Happy St Margaret's Day!

Today is the feast day of St Margaret of Antioch (not to be confused with St Margaret of Scotland or Hungary). Although St Margaret was declared to be apocryphal in the year 494 by no less an authority than Pope Gelasius, and many people over many years have entertained doubts...

Saint Margaret with colored dragon from the "Grandes heures d'Anne de Bretagne." The dragon who swallowed Margaret was Satan in the shape of a dragon. She escaped alive when the cross she carried irritated the dragon's innards. Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Ste Marguerite, Dragons, Van Gogh Portraits, Blog Art, Caspar David Friedrich, St Margaret

Saint Margaret with beautiful colored dragon

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 Margaret of Antioch emerging from the dragon and holding a cross-staff, National Library of the Netherlands, Public Domain Medieval Books, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Ste Marguerite, Saint Martha, Gothic Lettering, Medieval Dragon, Old Best Friends

St. Margaret of Antioch emerging from the dragon and holding a cross-staff

St. Margaret of Antioch emerging from the dragon and holding a cross-staff, 1500-1510. National Library of the Netherlands, Public Domain

 Margaret of Antioch (Margaret the Virgin-Martyr). She was said to have been swallowed by Satan, who had adopted the form of a dragon; she then forced the dragon to regurgitate her by irritating. Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Medieval Tapestry, Illuminated Letters, Ste Marguerite, Renaissance, Dragons, St Margaret

bensozia

The collection of Mrs. John L. Marion is up for auction at Sotheby's, including big works by Warhol, Clyfford Still, Roy Lichtenstein, etc. Just looking over these 20 works provides a nice history of American art in the second half of the 20th century. I was going to put this on the weekly link post but I see the auction will be over by Friday and this page gone. Above is my personal favorite, Neopha by Susan Rothenberg.

Margaret of Antioch, nimbed, with joined hands raised, emerges from back of one-horned, winged dragon Medieval Tapestry, Medieval Books, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Weird Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Ste Marguerite

Book of Hours, MS M.19 fol. 157v - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts

Book of Hours, Belgium, perhaps Bruges, ca. 1440