|The Rescue (1900) John Roddam Spencer Stanhope|
|St George and the Dragon Sidney Harold Meteyard|
'Hello, you seem to have slayed a dragon. Here's my naked shoulder...'
I love the fact that peril seems to loosen your clothing. After all, he's the poor blighter who had to fight the scaly beast but now her dress is falling off. I expect it's collateral damage. Mind you, it's a bit subtle for me, I'm not good at subtle (I know, you're as surprised as I am) and I'm worried that just a shoulder will not be enough to win my knight over...
|Andromeda (1876) Arthur Hill|
|Andromeda Sarah Page|
|The Knight Errant (1870) J E Millais|
|Perseus and Andromeda (1929) Robert Anning Bell|
|The Rescue Vereker Monteith Hamilton|
So what have I learnt about being rescued. Dragons work well, as do sea beasts, but nothing beats public nudity. If I want to get rescued I obviously have to strip off. Sigh, it's a hard life...
|Then the People Brought her Clothes William Russell Flint|