Graham Sutherland's great tapestry, Christ in Glory in the Tetramorph, is full of imagery taken from Revelations. The Archbishop of Canterbury based his marvellous sermon at the Golden Jubilee of the Consecration of the Cathedral on the meaning of the tapestry.
The main theme of the tapestry is taken from the lines:
'And immediately I was in the spirit: and behold, a throne was set in heaven, and one sat on the throne.
And he that sat to look upon like a jasper and sardine stone: and there was a rainbow round about the throne in sight like unto an emerald....
And in the midst of the throne and round about the throne, were four beasts...
and the first beast was like a lion,
and the second beast like a calf,
and the third beast had the face as a man,
and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle.'
Revelations IV, vs. 2,3,6 and 7
The dragon in the chalice under Christ's feet is referenced here:
'Then another sign became visible in the sky and I saw that it was a huge red dragon...Now they have conquered him though the blood of the Lamb.'
Revelations XII, vs 3 and 10
St Michael hurling down the Devil is referred to here:
'Then war broke out in Heaven, Michael and his angels battled with the Dragon...so that the huge Dragon, the serpent of ancient times, who is called the Devil and Satan, the deceiver of the whole world, was hurled down upon the earth.'
Revelations XII, vs 7,8 and 9