MedievalBooksOfHours

Les Enluminures
Prayer Book

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.

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[Horae] Livre de Prières Tissé d’après les enluminures des manuscrits du XIVe au XVIe siècle

[Horae] Livre de Prières Tissé d’après les enluminures des manuscrits du XIVe au XVIe siècle

In Latin and French, illustrated book on silk
Lyon, R. P. J. Hervier, designer; J.A. Henry, fabricator, for A. Roux, 1886-1887

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Printed Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

Printed Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

In Latin and French, illuminated imprint on parchment
France, Paris, c. 1526 [almanac 1526-1541]
17 large, 10 small and 16 medallions after designs by Jean Pichore, likely hand-colored in the Parisian workshop of Germain Hardouyn

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Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

Illuminated manuscript, on parchment, in Latin and Flemish
Southern Netherlands, Bruges (Ghistelles?), c. 1460s
13 large miniatures from the Workshop of Willem Vrelant

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Printed Book of Hours (use of Rome)

Printed Book of Hours (use of Rome)

In Latin and French, printed on paper
Paris, Thielman Kerver, 1556 (almanac for 1556-1563)
18 large woodcuts and 1 small woodcut

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Book of Hours (Use of Geert Grote)

Book of Hours (Use of Geert Grote)

In Dutch, illuminated manuscript on parchment
Eastern Netherlands, probably Zwolle, c. 1470-1480
1 full-page and 3 historiated initials by the Masters of the Zwolle Bible

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Book of Hours of Jean le Sauvage and Jacqueline de Boulogne (Use of Rome)

Book of Hours of Jean le Sauvage and Jacqueline de Boulogne (Use of Rome)

In Latin and French, illuminated manuscript on parchment
French Flanders, Tournai or Lille, dated 1503
15 large miniatures and 5 small miniatures by Jean Markant (active Bruges and Lille, 1489-1532/1534)

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The Monypenny Hours (Use of Paris)

The Monypenny Hours (Use of Paris)

In Latin and French, illuminated manuscript on parchment
France, Paris, c.1490
With 13 full-page miniatures, 2 large miniatures, 10 small miniatures and 24 calendar miniatures by the Master of the Chronique scandaleuse (active in Paris, c. 1493-c. 1510)

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Book of Hours (Use of Cambrai)

Book of Hours (Use of Cambrai)

In Latin and French, illuminated manuscript on parchment,
France, Valenciennes, c. 1475-1480
1 large and 14 small miniatures by the Workshop of Simon Marmion

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Book of Hours (Use of Troyes)

Book of Hours (Use of Troyes)

In Latin and French, illuminated manuscript on parchment
France (Troyes), 1460-1470
6 large arch-topped miniatures by an artist from the circle of the Master of the Troyes Missal

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Franciscan Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

Franciscan Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

In Latin, illuminated manuscript on parchment
Italy, Lombardy (Milan? Ferrara?), c. 1475
5 historiated initials by an anonymous artist

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Dulac Hours (Use of Paris)

Dulac Hours (Use of Paris)

In Latin and French, illuminated manuscript on parchment
France, Paris, c. 1470-1480
18 arch-topped miniatures and 1 smaller miniature by an artist in the circle of Master François

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Villeneuve Hours (Use of the Netherlands?)

Villeneuve Hours (Use of the Netherlands?)

In Latin, illuminated manuscript on parchment
Belgium, Bruges, c. 1450
With 22 miniatures by the Master(s) of the Gold Scrolls

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THE DYSON PERRINS HOURS (Use of Rome)

THE DYSON PERRINS HOURS (Use of Rome)

In Latin, illuminated manuscript on parchment
Central Italy, Umbria, doubtless Perugia, c. 1450-75
With 4 full-page miniatures and 10 historiated initials by or from the close circle of Tommaso di Mascio Scarafone

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Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

In Latin and Italian, illuminated manuscript on parchment
Italy, Florence, c. 1450
3 historiated initials by an anonymous artist influenced by Battista di Niccolò da Padova

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The “Guyenet-Lardanchet” Hours (Use of Paris; Calendar use of Besançon)

The “Guyenet-Lardanchet” Hours (Use of Paris; Calendar use of Besançon)

In Latin and French, illuminated manuscript on parchment
France, Troyes, c. 1460
With 14 large arch-topped miniatures, 4 roundels and 1 historiated initial by the Master of the Troyes Missal (Master of Charles de Neuchâtel)

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Book of Hours of Martine Sesander (Use of Rome)

Book of Hours of Martine Sesander (Use of Rome)

In Latin, illuminated manuscript on parchment
Southern Netherlands, Bruges, c. 1465
6 full-page miniatures from the workshop of Willem Vrelant

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Book of Hours (unidentified use)

Book of Hours (unidentified use)

In Latin, illuminated manuscript on parchment
France, Paris or the Loire Valley (Tours?), c. 1525
12 large and 6 small miniatures from the Circle of Etienne Collault

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Book of Hours (Use of Paris)

Book of Hours (Use of Paris)

France, Paris c. 1480-1490, and two added miniatures, Paris, c. 1500-1510
With 14 large full or nearly full-page miniatures and19 small miniatures by the Workshop of the Master François (François le Barbier, 1462-80, and his son) and another Parisian painter

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Book of Hours (Use of Besançon)

Book of Hours (Use of Besançon)

In Latin and French, illuminated manuscript on parchment
Northern France, c. 1430-1440
4 full-page miniatures by a Burgundian illuminator active in Besançon

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Printed Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

Printed Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

In Latin and French
Paris, Simon Vostre [c. 1515; with an earlier tipped-in almanac of 1507-1527]
21 large metalcuts, 28 small metalcuts and hundreds of border metalcuts, after designs by the Master of the Très Petites Heures of Anne of Brittany, Jean Pichore, and an anonymous Master working in the style of Dürer

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Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

Book of Hours (Use of Rome)

In Latin, illuminated manuscript on parchment
Northern Italy, Lombardy, Milan, c. 1430-40
13 historiated initials by the workshop of the Master of the Vitae Imperatorum

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Book of Hours (use of Reims)

Book of Hours (use of Reims)

In Latin and French, illuminated manuscript on parchment
France, Reims, c. 1450
with five large miniatures by the Master of Walters 269

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