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    The Ovray Hours (Use of Sarum)

    In Latin and Middle English, illuminated manuscript on parchment
    Southern Netherlands, likely Bruges, c. 1430 to before 1449 
    With 8 miniatures by the Masters of Otto van Mordrecht (signed with stenciled “b”)

    Signed by the illuminator with small stencilled initials, this manuscript belongs to a group of Books of Hours that help us disentangle the commercial practices of book production in Bruges in the early to mid-fifteenth century.

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    Le Bigot Hours(Use of Rome)

    LE BIGOT HOURS (Use of Rome)In Latin, illuminated manuscript on parchment
    France, Tours or Le Mans, late 1470s-c. 1480
    12 miniatures (7 in camaïeu d’or) by Jean Bourdichon and possibly a related artist

    New research securely attributes the 5 opening miniatures to the young Jean Bourdichon, painter to four kings of France and direct disciple of the celebrated Jean Fouquet.

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