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PRAYER BOOK In Latin (with some French), illuminated manuscript on parchment Belgium, Brussels, c. 1460 and Lille, c. 1475 With 34 large semi-grisaille miniatures and 5 small miniatures by the Master of the Grisailles Fleurdelisées; 10 large coloured miniatures by the Master of Johannes Gielemans.

PRAYER BOOK In Latin (with some French), illuminated manuscript on parchment…

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Egerton 1146 f. / Book of Hours, Use of Worms, with elements of a Breviary, Germany, c. 1475 - c.

Book of Hours f. 15r, A book of hours following the liturgical usage of Rome, richly illustrated with full-page miniatures, borders, and initials, written in cursive script (bastarda) which can be dated to about 1500, with texts in Latin, French, and Flemish. The style of the miniatures, especially that of the naturalistic borders with flowers and insects, but also with complete scenes, seems typical of the Ghent-Bruges school. (ber)

Country of Location: Switzerland Location: Neuchâtel Settlement, shelfmark: AF Manuscript Title: Book of Hours Caption: Flanders, probably Bruges · about 1500 Folio:

Book of Hours, MS M.160 fol. 90r - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Book of Hours, MS fol. - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Philippe le Bon

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Magnificently preserved, the manuscript exhibits unique development from an originally Flemish to a later French style.

The Evangelist Mark, De Gros-Carondelet Book of Hours, Illuminated manuscript on vellum, century

Detail of a miniature of St John the Evangelist, from the Hours of Joanna I of Castile (Joanna the Mad), southern Netherlands (Ghent?), c 1500, Additional MS 35313, f. 211v

Detail of a miniature of St John the Evangelist, from the Hours of Joanna I of Castile (Joanna the Mad), southern Netherlands (Ghent?), c Additional MS f.