125 black-and-white images based on motifs in a wide array of sources: fairy tale collections, medieval French and Celtic manuscripts, Japanese and Chinese artwork, and more. Smoke-and-fire-breathing dragons, scaly creatures of the sea, powerful beasts endangering the lives of mariners, Celtic dragon... read more
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125 black-and-white images based on motifs in a wide array of sources: fairy tale collections, medieval French and Celtic manuscripts, Japanese and Chinese artwork, and more. Smoke-and-fire-breathing dragons, scaly creatures of the sea, powerful beasts endangering the lives of mariners, Celtic dragons with interwoven body parts, and much more.
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