If you yearn for dragons to slay or unicorns to enchant, decorate your space with artworks featuring knights & maidens. The medieval times is the era associated with chivalrous knights in shining armor and fair maidens with flowing hair and graceful manners. For ages, artists have been depicting knights and maidens. Lush and detailed examples of famous artworks of knights and maidens include Romanticist painter John William Waterhouse's 'The Lady of Shalott, 1888,' Academic artist Frank Bernard Dicksee's 'La Belle Dame Sans Merci,' and Mannerist artist Hans von Aachen's 'St. George Slaying the Dragon.'