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Mythical Beasts Collection

Mythical beasts are creatures that exist only in legends, myths, and folklore

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Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Giant octopus

Giant octopus
Plate 26 from Histoire naturelle des Mollusques by Count Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon, 1805

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Kraken attacking ship during a storm

Kraken attacking ship during a storm
A mythical Kraken attacking a sailing vessel during a storm

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Folklore / Gryphon

Folklore / Gryphon
Gryphus, or Greiff, classified by Johnstone as a bird because it has the head and wings of an eagle, despite having the body of a lion

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: VERNE: 20, 000 LEAGUES, 1870. One of Captain Nemos sailors seized by a giant cuttlefish

VERNE: 20, 000 LEAGUES, 1870. One of Captain Nemos sailors seized by a giant cuttlefish. Wood engraving after a drawing by Alphonse de Neuville from an 1870 edition of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Illustration, unicorn standing on hind legs

Illustration, unicorn standing on hind legs

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Picture No. 11768973

Picture No. 11768973
Unicorn - rearing in magical fantasy scene with rainbow stars and clouds Digital Manipulation: added horn FL Coloured added background Date

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Loch Ness

Loch Ness
circa 1930: Loch Ness in Scotland, which is famed for its mythical monster. References to a monster in Loch Ness date back to St Columbas biography of AD 565

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Unicorn

Unicorn
An illustration of the mythical creature, the Unicorn, on display for the Myths and Monsters Exhibition which ran from April to September, 1998. The Natural History Museum, London

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Three unicorns

Three unicorns
Monoceros Unicornu and Caprinonq Marinq. Tab 10 from Beschriving Van de Natuur der Vier-voetige Dieren, 1660 by I. Johnston

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Loch Ness Monster

Loch Ness Monster
Loch Ness monster. Computer artwork of the Loch Ness Monster swimming. Sightings of the monster have occurred at least since the 15th century, with earlier stories dating to the 6th century

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Loch Ness Monster

Loch Ness Monster
Loch Ness monster. Computer artwork of the Loch Ness Monster swimming in Loch Ness, Scotland. Sightings of the monster have occurred at least since the 15th century

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Loch Ness Monster

Loch Ness Monster
Loch Ness monster. Computer artwork of the Loch Ness Monster swimming in Loch Ness, Scotland. Sightings of the monster have occurred at least since the 15th century

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Canis Minor Star Map

Canis Minor Star Map
The constellation of the Unicorn and Canis Minor

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Monoceros Etc Constell

Monoceros Etc Constell
The constellation of Monoceros - a unicorn - and Canis Minor - a small dog

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Alice: lion and Unicorn

Alice: lion and Unicorn
LION AND UNICORN Alice with the Lion and the Unicorn - and a plum cake

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Neptune and Triton, 1622-1623, (sculpture)

Neptune and Triton, 1622-1623, (sculpture)
7130125 Neptune and Triton, 1622-1623, (sculpture) by Bernini, Gian Lorenzo (1598-1680); Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: Neptune and Triton, 1622-1623, Gian Lorenzo Bernini)

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Trotsky slaying the counter-revolutionary dragon (poster), 1918

Trotsky slaying the counter-revolutionary dragon (poster), 1918. Found in the collection of the State Museum of Revolution, Moscow

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Winged Assyrian Bull

Winged Assyrian Bull
Winged, human-headed bull, from the facade of the Palace of King Sargon II, Khorsabad, Late Assyrian Period, c.725 BC (gypsum)

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Faerie Queene, c1900. Artist: Walter Crane

Faerie Queene, c1900. Artist: Walter Crane
Faerie Queene, c1900. The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser (1553-1599), illustrated by Walter Crane (1845-1915). From Modern Pen Drawings: European and American, Edited by Charles Holme

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: A Midsummer Nights Dream (Shakespeare, Act 4, Scene 1), November, 1857

A Midsummer Nights Dream (Shakespeare, Act 4, Scene 1), November, 1857

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Hercules Brings Cerberus to Eurystheus, with Hermes and Athena, c6th century BC

Hercules Brings Cerberus to Eurystheus, with Hermes and Athena, c6th century BC. Greek Vase from an Etruscan Tomb

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: The Archangel Michael and his angels fighting the dragon, 1865-1866. Artist: Gustave Dore

The Archangel Michael and his angels fighting the dragon, 1865-1866. Artist: Gustave Dore
The Archangel Michael and his angels fighting the dragon, 1865-1866. The Virgin Mary with the infant Jesus in her arms looks down from Heaven. From Gustave Dores Bible (Revelation 12:1)

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: MYTHICAL MANTICORE. Woodcut from Edward Topsells The History of Four-Footed Beasts

MYTHICAL MANTICORE. Woodcut from Edward Topsells The History of Four-Footed Beasts, London, 1607

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: The Wingless Chimera, 1911. Creator: David Young Cameron

The Wingless Chimera, 1911. Creator: David Young Cameron
The Wingless Chimera, 1911

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Knight with the Arms of Jean de Daillon, c1480 (1946). Artist: Guillaume Desremaulx

Knight with the Arms of Jean de Daillon, c1480 (1946). Artist: Guillaume Desremaulx
Knight with the Arms of Jean de Daillon, c1480 (1946). This tapestry is held by the Montacute House, Somerset. From The Connoisseur Vol. 117, edited by H. Granville Fell. [The National Magazine Co

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: A statue of Hercules and Cerberus

A statue of Hercules and Cerberus
Hercules is capturing Cerberus and completeing his twelfth labour. This is from the portal of the Michaelertrakt, Hofburg, Vienna

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Mystical Bird (Karyobinga), 1820-33. Creator: Hokusai

Mystical Bird (Karyobinga), 1820-33. Creator: Hokusai
Mystical Bird (Karyobinga), 1820-33

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: The Questing Beast, illustration from The romance of King Arthur

The Questing Beast, illustration from The romance of King Arthur
STC398627 The Questing Beast, illustration from The romance of King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table by Alfred W

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: The Faun (Nijinsky), costume design for the Ballets Russes, 1912. Artist: Leon Bakst

The Faun (Nijinsky), costume design for the Ballets Russes, 1912. Artist: Leon Bakst
The Faun (Nijinsky), costume design for the Ballets Russes, 1912. Design for Nijinskys costume in Debussys ballet l apres-midi d un faune (The Afternoon of a Faun)

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Old woman (witch or fairy) spinning, 1547. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger

Old woman (witch or fairy) spinning, 1547. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger
Old woman (witch or fairy) spinning, 1547. Woodcut attributed to Holbein from an edition of De consolatione philosophiae by the Roman scholar and philosopher Boethius

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Design for Scouts Enrolment Card, (1944). Creator: Robert Baden-Powell

Design for Scouts Enrolment Card, (1944). Creator: Robert Baden-Powell
Design for Scouts Enrolment Card, (1944). A scout stands under the scouting motto: Be Prepared. On the right is an image of St George, patron saint of England, killing the dragon

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Japanese masonry Dragon

Japanese masonry Dragon. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: A gorgon and panthers from the pediment of the temple of Artemis on Corfu

A gorgon and panthers from the pediment of the temple of Artemis on Corfu
The archaic west pediment of the temple of Artemis on Corfu, showing Medusa in the centre fleeing from Perseus. On the left side is Pegasus, and on the right is Chyrisppus

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: 1662 Schott Sea Monsters and mermaids

1662 Schott Sea Monsters and mermaids
I Triton, II " Sea monster in the likeness of a monk", III " Sea man in the dress of a bishop", IV " Sea Satyr"

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle, c. 1500 (wool warp with wool, silk

The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle, c. 1500 (wool warp with wool, silk
3469071 The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle, c.1500 (wool warp with wool, silk, silver, and gilt wefts) by Netherlandish School (16th century)

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513. Creator: Albrecht Durer

Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513. Creator: Albrecht Durer
Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Le Premier Volume de la bible en francoiz historiee et nouvellement imprimee, ca. 1501

Le Premier Volume de la bible en francoiz historiee et nouvellement imprimee, ca. 1501. [Adam and Eve, from a bible in French]

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Tentation de St Antoine, c1615-1635 (1924)Artist: Jacques Callot

Tentation de St Antoine, c1615-1635 (1924)Artist: Jacques Callot
Tentation de St Antoine, c1615-1635 (1924). A print from A History of French Etching from the 16th Century to the Present Day, by F L Leipnik, John Lane the Bodley Head Limited, London, 1924

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Midsummer Eve, c1871-1914. Artist: Edward Robert Hughes

Midsummer Eve, c1871-1914. Artist: Edward Robert Hughes
Midsummer Eve, c1871-1914

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Relief from mausoleum of Hercules chaining Cerberus, c2nd century

Relief from mausoleum of Hercules chaining Cerberus, c2nd century. Trier Museum

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Greek Head of Gorgon or Medusa, Syracuse, Sicily

Greek Head of Gorgon or Medusa, Syracuse, Sicily. In Greek mythology, Medusa was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as a winged human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: The Temptation of Saint Anthony (Oil on canvas)

The Temptation of Saint Anthony (Oil on canvas)
7393515 The Temptation of Saint Anthony (Oil on canvas) by Callot, Jacques (1592-1635) (after); 47 x 72 cm; Fondation Glenat, Grenoble, France; © Fonds Glenat

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Apocalypse Tapestry or Apocalypse of Angers, 1375-80 (tapestry)

Apocalypse Tapestry or Apocalypse of Angers, 1375-80 (tapestry)
CUL4926440 Apocalypse Tapestry or Apocalypse of Angers, 1375-80 (tapestry) by Bataille, Nicolas (fl. 1363-1400); 154x256 cm; Chateau d'Angers

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Sakata Kintoki Wrestling with a Tengu, c. 1715 / 18. Creator: Torii Kiyomasu I

Sakata Kintoki Wrestling with a Tengu, c. 1715 / 18. Creator: Torii Kiyomasu I
Sakata Kintoki Wrestling with a Tengu, c. 1715/18

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Dragon-Shaped Architectural Ornament, 13th / 14th century. Creator: Unknown

Dragon-Shaped Architectural Ornament, 13th / 14th century. Creator: Unknown
Dragon-Shaped Architectural Ornament, 13th/14th century

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Dante and Virgil with three-headed monster, 1951. Creator: Shirley Markham

Dante and Virgil with three-headed monster, 1951. Creator: Shirley Markham
Dante and Virgil with three-headed monster, 1951. Design for illustration to Dantes " Divine Comedy". Shirley Markham (1931-1999)

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Ariel (The Tempest), c1870. Artist: Henry James Townsend

Ariel (The Tempest), c1870. Artist: Henry James Townsend
Ariel (The Tempest), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageMythical Beasts Collection: Oberon and Titania, 19th century

Oberon and Titania, 19th century. Oberon, King of the Fairies, and his consort, Titania, from Shakespeares A Midsummer Nights Dream



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Mythical Beasts Collection

Mythical beasts are creatures that exist only in legends, myths, and folklore. They have been popular themes throughout history and across cultures. These creatures often represent powerful forces of nature or embody human fears and desires. Some examples include dragons, unicorns, griffins, mermaids, centaurs, and minotaurs. Many stories featuring these creatures have been passed down through generations as cautionary tales or to explain natural phenomena. Today, mythical beasts continue to captivate people's imaginations and inspire creative works such as literature, art, film, and video games.
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The Mythical Beasts collection from Media Storehouse is a popular theme that features a wide range of wall art and framed prints depicting various legendary creatures. Our collection includes artwork featuring dragons, unicorns, griffins, and other mythical beasts that have captured the imagination of people for centuries. These pieces are available in different sizes and styles to suit any decor or personal taste. The artwork is printed on high-quality paper using advanced printing techniques to ensure vibrant colors and sharp details. Our collection offers an opportunity to bring a touch of magic into your home or office space with stunning images of these fascinating creatures. Whether you are looking for something bold and dramatic or subtle and understated, there is sure to be something in our collection that will appeal to you. The Mythical Beasts collection from Media Storehouse provides a unique way to add personality and character to any living space while celebrating the enduring allure of these timeless legends.
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What Mythical Beasts (Popular Themes) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Mythical Beasts art prints that are perfect for those who love fantasy and mythology. Some popular themes include dragons, unicorns, griffins, mermaids, and phoenixes. These prints come in various sizes and styles to suit your preferences. Dragon art prints feature the majestic creatures in different poses and colors. You can find fierce dragons breathing fire or gentle ones curled up sleeping. Unicorn art prints showcase the elegant creature with its signature horn on its forehead. Griffins are half eagle-half lion mythical beasts that symbolize strength and courage. Mermaid art prints depict beautiful women with fish tails swimming underwater or lounging on rocks by the sea. Phoenixes are legendary birds that rise from their ashes after death, representing rebirth and renewal. Media Storehouse has an extensive collection of Mythical Beasts art prints that will add a touch of magic to any room in your home or office space.
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The cost of Mythical Beasts art prints varies depending on the size, quality, and type of paper used. These prints are available in a range of sizes from small to large, with prices varying accordingly. The price may also be influenced by the popularity and rarity of the artwork. Mythical Beasts art prints can be found at various online stores that specialize in selling high-quality art prints. These stores offer a wide selection of artwork from different artists and genres, making it easy for customers to find something that suits their taste. While some people may consider these artworks expensive, they are worth investing in as they add character and personality to any space. Additionally, owning an original piece or limited edition print can increase in value over time. If you're looking for unique and beautiful Mythical Beasts art prints to decorate your home or office space with, there are many options available at different price points to suit your budget.
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Your Mythical Beasts art prints will be delivered to you in a secure and protective packaging. The prints are carefully rolled and placed inside a sturdy tube, ensuring that they arrive at your doorstep in pristine condition. Media Storehouse takes great care in handling the delivery process to ensure that your artwork is not damaged during transit. Once your order has been processed, it will be shipped using reliable courier services. You can track the progress of your shipment through an online tracking system provided by the courier company. Upon arrival, you may need to sign for the package as proof of delivery. Media Storehouse values customer satisfaction and strives to provide high-quality products with excellent service. Your Mythical Beasts art prints will be delivered promptly and efficiently so that you can enjoy them as soon as possible.