The Hours of Marie
THE HOURS OF MARIE Northeastern France, probably Reims, c. 1270-1280
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
Master of the Bible Historiale
EVIDENCE OF A SPECIAL EARLY MOMENT IN PARISIAN BOOK PRODUCTION EXPRESSIVE OF NORTHERN REALISM France, Paris, c. 1400-1410
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
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