Twelve sketchbooks by Leonardo da Vinci, an augmented reality app, a fairy tale book illustrated by Picasso, and an apocryphal Don Quixote: this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair has so many amazing facsimiles to offer that I can’t choose my favorite!
The Da Costa Hours is a testimony of a shining moment and extreme splendour for the miniature Flemish tradition, which reached its climax in the early 16th century.
The Vienna Moamyn, a true masterpiece, written in collaboration with Emperor Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, master of western falconry literature. Join us in the discovery of this medieval work of art and its outstanding quality.
The Master of the St. Petersburg Liber Precum assumes an important place in Cologne painting between the tradition of Stefan Lochner and that of artists beholden to the traditions of early Netherlandish painting. Text by James H. Marrow.
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.