Jean Poyer January: Feasting and Keeping Warm Hours of Henry VIII, in Latin Illuminated by Jean Poyer France, Tours ca. 1500 256 x 180 mm The Dannie and Hettie Heineman Collection; deposited in given in 1977 MS (fol.
https://flic.kr/p/7dvmuD | The wine cellar | Catherine’s world is a splendid exhibition of the most important late medieval manuscript from the Northern Netherlands: the Hours of Katherina van Kleef (Catherine of Cleves, c. 1440). It is to be seen in Museum Het Valkhof in Nijmegen, The Netherlands from 10 October 2009 to 3 January 2010. Daily life in the Middle Ages pops up in the margins of the manuscript.
Note the radically different coloring. L’Annonce aux bergers.Heures de Charles d’Angoulême, Folio French, late century. Were these images the inspiration for the artist whose postcards I fell in love with at Moravian Book Store?
booksnbuildings: “This century illuminated manuscript detail portrays an interesting concept of an ideal study. Apart from the, in our eyes, unusual way of stacking books (by the way, here is an interesting article about why we store books the.