Aschemon the dragon.
Walter Crane, from Beauty’s awakening, a masque of winter and of spring, by the Art Workers Guild, London, 1899.
Grotesque panel by Zancarli. Fight between two dragons, with children and satyrs.
From Les monstres dans l’art (Monsters in art), by Edmond Valton, Paris, 1905.
Sigurd pierced him with his sword and he died.
Arthur Rackham, from The land of enchantment, no author mentioned, London, 1907.
Its three heads spluttering fire.
Arthur Rackham, from A wonder book, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, New York, not dated.
William T. Horton, from A book of images, introduced by W. B. Yeats, London, 1898.
I dreamt it!
From Puck on Pegasus, by Henry Cholmondeley-Pennell, illustrated by John Leech, John Tenniel et al, London, 1868.
The knight with that old dragon fights
Two days incessantly
Walter Crane, from Spenser’s faerie queene vol. 1, by Edmund Spenser, London, 1895.