Saint Margaret and the Dragon, alabaster with traces of gilding, Toulouse (c. 1475). (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Reliquary Bust of Saint Margaret of Antioch. Attributed to Nikolaus Gerhaert (active in Germany, 1462–73).
Saint Margaret of Antioch, limestone with paint and gilding, Burgos (c. 1275-1325). (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Saint Margaret as a shepherdess by Francisco de Zurbarán (1631).
Saint Margaret of Antioch by Peter Candid (second half of the 16th century).
Margaret the Virgin on a painting in the Novacella Abbey, Neustift, South Tyrol, Italy.
Saint Margaret attracts the attention of the Roman prefect, by Jean Fouquet (from an illuminated manuscript).