About Peter Paul Rubens’ St George And The Dragon
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Peter Paul Rubens painted this extraordinary masterpiece between 1605-1607.
The work depicts St. George from the famous legend where he slew the dragon.
He painted this work in the city where St George is the patron saint, Genoa, Italy. This was during Ruben's training.
The painting embodies the concept of the church as a whole. The woman clutching the lamb represents the innocence of the church. St George’s slaying the dragon represents the church’s victory over evil.
Today this work is in the Museo del Prado in Madrid.
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About The St George And The Dragon Print
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About The Artist
Peter Paul Rubens was a Flemish artist alive from 1577-1640. Rubens was also a diplomat and a scholar. The kings of England and Spain both knighted him. He was a Baroque painter whose work placed a special emphasis on color and movement. His work is mainly centered around, history, religion, and hunting.