- Museum number
The wild woman with child and the dragon (fragment); the woman with furry body sits on the ground, holding her child on one knee; hills, a river and a city are seen in the background
- Production date
- 1470-1490 (c.)
Height: 115 millimetres (fragment)
Width: 90 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- The left half of the engraving is lost, which depicts a dragon.
Partially copied after the Master of the Housebook.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- 1919,0616.1 to 133 were all purchased from Captain Spencer-Churchill at Northwick Park through his solicitors, Messrs Johnson, Raymond-Barker Co, for a total of £655. The collection had been formed by John Rushout, 2nd Baron Northwick in the 1820s, and had descended to Captain Spencer-Churchill. The earlier provenance of many of the prints is recorded in individual catalogue records.
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