The Great Red Dragon Paintings

The Great Red Dragon Paintings

The Great Red Dragon Paintings

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The Great Red Dragon Paintings' are a series of watercolour paintings by the English poet and painter William Blake, painted between 1805 and 1810. It was during this period that Blake was commissioned to create over a hundred paintings intended to illustrate books of the Bible. These paintings depict 'The Great Red Dragon' in various scenes from the Book of Revelation.



The Paintings

The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed in Sun

In this painting, the Dragon is seen ready to devour the child of the pregnant woman as depicted in Revelation 12.Height: 54.6&nbsp;cm, Width: 43.2&nbsp;cm

Housed at the Brooklyn Museum.

The Great Red Dragon and the Woman clothed with the Sun

This image is similar to The Great Red Dragon and the Woman clothed in Sun but shown from a different viewpoint.Height: 40.8, Width: 33.7&nbsp;cm

Housed at the National Gallery of Art, Washington.

The Great Red Dragon and the Beast from the Sea

Height: 40.1&nbsp;cm, Width: 35.6&nbsp;cm

Housed at the National Gallery of Art, Washington.

The Number of the Beast is 666

Height: 40.6&nbsp;cm, Width: 33.0&nbsp;cm

References in popular culture


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