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[Medieval manuscript leaves], 1220-1550.

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Topics: Illumination of books and manuscripts, Renaissance - Specimens. | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)
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#32-136. A leaf from a Breviary in Latin, on vellum, of Franciscan use. North-east Italy, 2nd half 15th C. -- VM 3300. A leaf from an Hours in Latin on vellum. Decorated initial "D" of burnished gold and tempera. Italy, ca. 1400 -- #39-196. A leaf from a Book of Hours in Latin, on vellum. One-quarter floral border and two-line decorated initials of colored temperas, liquid gold tracery and burnished gold ivy tendrils. France, ca. 1460 -- VM 5405. An original page from a Book of Hours. Northern Netherlands, ca. 1450 -- #26-233. Leaf from a Bible in Latin, on vellum. Light use of contemporary glossing. England, ca. 1220 -- VM 1754. Leaf from an early Psalter-Hours in Latin, on vellum. Burnished gold initial "I" on painted ground. France, ca. 1275 -- #35-20. A leaf from a Bible in Latin, on vellum. Decorated initials with marginal penwork. Also, note scribe's use of the pointing finger. Text is from Zachariah. Italy, Bologna, ca. 1280 -- VM 4355. A leaf from Peter Lombard's "Sentences" in Latin, on vellum. Italy, ca. 1250 -- #31-103. A leaf from an Epistolary in Latin on vellum. With four-line staves and calligraphic versal initials. France, ca. 1550.

Table of Contents for: Medieval manuscript leaves