Just announced by Quaternio Verlag Luzern, the Gradual of Gisela von Kerssenbrock is an amazing facsimile edition of an exceedingly rare manuscript illuminated by this nun from Rulle.
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Every year we travel to the Frankfurt Book Fair, the largest of its kind in Europe. And every year, we meet and enjoy the news (and rumors) of the European publishing scene.
“De Materia Medica” is a new art book that includes the facsimile of the “Dioscorides Neapolitanus” (Ms. ex-Vindobonense Greco 1, National Library in Naples). Published by Aboca Museum, it contains the first complete translation of the Greek text by the noted scholar.
The Book of Hours of Louis de Laval is an extraordinary example of XV Century French illumination: a result of the partnership between Jean Colombe and the workshop of Jean Fouquet.
The De Lisle Psalter is indeed a great monument of the European Gothic style and among the finest manuscripts displayed at the British Library.
Discover the artistic and literary environment of Renaissance Florence in this hands-on experience fostered by the Art Gallery of Ontario.
The prolific imagination of Dante Alighieri founds its counterpart in the beautiful images crafted by Pacino di Bonaguida in the first Divine Comedy ever illuminated.
The world of Renaissance come to life in this incredible exhibition at the Getty Museum, where paintings by Giotto, Pacino di Buonaguida and other Italian Masters are presented to the public in all their glory.
A mystery surrounds the identity of the illuminator of this incredible manuscript, which contains a collection of prayers for special occasions.