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Traditional dragon boat, Baengma River, Buso mountain fortress in Busosan park Buyeu, South Korea Featured Sea Dragon Print

Traditional dragon boat, Baengma River, Buso mountain fortress in Busosan park Buyeu, South Korea

The Geum River is located in South Korea. It is a major river that originates in Jangsu-eup, North Jeolla Province. It flows northward through North Jeolla and North Chungcheong Provinces and then changes direction in the vicinity of Greater Daejeon and flows southwest through South Chungcheong Province before emptying into the Yellow Sea near Gunsan city. The river is 401 kilometers long, making it the third longest in South Korea. The area of the Geum River Basin is 9, 859 square kilometers. The upper part of the river flows slowly through part of the Noryeong Mountains and is marked by extensive stream meandering. On the other hand, river curves on middle and lower parts of the river are more gradual and there is comparatively less stream meandering

© Michael Runkel / DanitaDelimont.com

The Beast of the Sea. Apocalypse of Angers Featured Sea Dragon Print

The Beast of the Sea. Apocalypse of Angers

BATAILLE, Nicolas (14th c.). The Beast of the Sea. 1375 - 1382. The Dragon Royal transmits his power (Royal Scepter) to the Panther. Scene 13 of the tapestry number 3 from the series Apocalypse of Angers commissioned by Louis I, Duke of Anjou, after cartons attributed to Jean de Bruges (fl. 1368-1381). International gothic. Tapestry. FRANCE. PAYS DE LA LOIRE. MAINE-ET-LOIRE. Angers. Angers Castle

© Paul Maeyaert/Iberfoto/Mary Evans

Japanese Triptych Woodblock Print of the Hunt Featured Sea Dragon Print

Japanese Triptych Woodblock Print of the Hunt

A wonderful tryptic created by the master woodblock printer Utagawa Kuniyoshi 1797-1861 illustrating the monster hunt story, the hunt is called Nue Taiji, Yorimasaaas retainer, Hayata Tadazumi, despatching the Nue with his sword amongst thunder and lightning. The Nue ( a composite beast, as big as a house with monkeyaas head, back of badger, claws of tiger, scales of dragon and tail of snake ) was shot by the skilled archer Yorimasa on the roof of the Shishinden Palace. One of the finest designs from Honcho Suikoden goyu happyakunin no hitori, aEight Hundred Heroes of our Countryaas Suikoden, One by One.aA Robinson S4.6. Published by Kagaya Kichiyemon, c. 1830. There is a similar creature in Greek mythology called a Chimera.This print forms part of my own personal collection

© BernardAllum