Saint George and the Dragon belonged to a series of miniature panels which Raphael painted in Florence for the celebrated court of Urbino. A Roman soldier of Christian faith, Saint George saved the daughter of a pagan king by subduing a dragon with his lance; the princess then led the dragon to the city, where the saint killed it with his sword, prompting the king and his subjects to convert to Christianity.
8 x 10 inch print under glare free glass. Gold scrolled wood frame is 1 inch wide.
10 x 13 inch overall size.