Master of the Bible Historiale
EVIDENCE OF A SPECIAL EARLY MOMENT IN PARISIAN BOOK PRODUCTION EXPRESSIVE OF NORTHERN REALISM France, Paris, c. 1400-1410
Monkeys Master
HUMOR AND HOME-SPUN CHARM IN AN HOURS IN THE DUTCH LANGUAGE The Netherlands (South Holland), c. 1485-90
Willem Vrelant Semi Grisaille
A RICHLY ILLUMINATED SEMI-GRISAILLE BOOK OF HOURS FROM THE WORKSHOP OF WILLEM VRELANT Southern Low Countries, Bruges, c. 1450-60
Master of the Echevinage of Rouen
MADE FOR AN URBAN ELITE COUPLE IN ROUEN, THE CENTER SECOND ONLY TO PARIS IN FIFTEENTH-CENTURY FRANCE France, Rouen, dated 1490
Ghent Book of Hours
OF CONSIDERABLE CHARM AND MODEST PROPORTIONS REFLECTING THE EVERYDAY PIETY PRACTICED IN A FLEMISH HOUSEHOLD Southern Netherlands, Ghent or Bruges, c. 1480
Master of the Paris Entries Book of Hours
REMARKABLE EXAMPLE OF A PERFECTLY PRESERVED PARISIAN RENAISSANCE BOOK WITH BINDING, CLASPS, AND PICTURES ALL INTACT France, Paris, c. 1500
Thielman Kerver printed book of hours
PRINT AND CHANGING TASTE ON THE THRESHOLD OF MODERN FRANCE Paris, Thielmann Kerver, 1556 (almanac for 1556-1563)
BOOK OF HOURS (USE OF CAMBRAI) Simon Marmion
PAINTED IN SOFT SHADES OF SEMI-GRISAILLE FROM THE WORKSHOP OF THE “PRINCE OF ILLUMINATION” France, Valenciennes, c. 1475-1480
Prayer Book
READING THE HOURS: A REMARKABLE EXAMPLE WITH NEARLY 50 PICTURES Belgium, Brussels, c. 1460 and Lille, c. 1475
Woven Book of Hours
PRIZE-WINNING WOVEN BOOK FEATURED AT THE 1889 PARIS WORLD’S FAIR Lyon, R. P. J. Hervier, designer; J.A. Henry, fabricator, for A. Roux, 1886-1887
Workshop Willem Vrelant
SWEET AND ENCHANTING BY A CLOSE CONTEMPORARY OF THE PAINTER HANS MEMLING Southern Netherlands, Bruges (Ghistelles?), c. 1460s
Book of Hours Germain Hardouyn
SPLENDID EXAMPLE OF A PRINTED BOOK IMITATING A MANUSCRIPT France, Paris, c. 1526 [almanac 1526-1541]
Simon Vostre Book of Hours
CLASSIC UNCOLORED PRINTED BOOK OF HOURS BY AN IMPORTANT EARLY PRINTER Paris, Simon Vostre [c. 1515; with an earlier tipped-in almanac of 1507-1527]
Hours of Philippote de Nanterre
MONUMENTAL WORK BY A RARE AMIENS PAINTER DIRECTLY INFLUENCED BY FLEMISH PRIMITIVES France, Amiens, c. 1420s