The Dragon of Ludham
This Dragon is sleeping in a labyrinth under the village of Ludham, North Norfolk.
Inspired by the East Anglian legend of a dragon who dug a home underneath How Hill and the nearby village. He even has an ancient carving of himself at the local St Benet's Abbey.
He is ink and watercolour painted onto a vintage (1969) map of Ludham and the surrounding area, and can be framed to include as little or as much of the surrounding map.
The whole piece measures approximately 55cm by 46cm, but could be framed as a smaller piece