St. George in Stockholm. A replica is in a museum church in Lübeck, because the carver was from Lübeck. The piece was dedicated in 1489, and is over three meters tall.
St. George in Berlin.
St. George in Philadelphia. Interesting sculpture, but it doesn’t work for me.
This one works. Not certain where it’s from.
As an aside, I found that image at this web-site and post. Dragons, dragons, dragons . . .http://www.tigerscursebook.com/blog/post-190/
Yeah. This one. Carpaccio gets it.
Yes, it’s a Rubens. How could you tell? 😉
And now for something a bit different . . .
From the Michaelerkirche (Church of St. Michael Archangel) in Hamburg.
I realize that St. George’s reputation isn’t what it used to be, but I fear the days of St. George, Santiago Matamoros, Our Lady of Victory, and St. Michael Archangel are coming again.
Who will take up the mantle to slay the chaos dragon this time?