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    Christine de Pizan's "Epistre Othéa" : painting and politics at the court of Charles VI

    Hindman, Sandra
    Toronto : Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies
    [1986]
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    Titre: Christine de Pizan's "Epistre Othéa" : painting and politics at the court of Charles VI / by Sandra L. Hindman
    Auteur: Hindman, Sandra
    Editeur: Toronto : Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies
    Date: [1986]
    Collation: XXII, 229 p., [96] p. de pl. ; 26 cm
    Collection: Studies and texts / Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies ; 77
    Documents dans cette collection: Studies and texts / Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies
    Sujet RERO: Allégorie - Enluminure - politique - Christine (de Pisan). "Epître d'Othéa"
    Identifiant: 0888440774 (ISBN)
    No RERO: 0794985
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    Books of hours reconsidered

    Hindman, Sandra, Marrow, James H, 1940-
    London : Harvey Miller
    2013
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    Titre: Books of hours reconsidered / ed. by Sandra Hindman and James H. Marrow
    Auteur: Hindman, Sandra; Marrow, James H, 1940-
    Editeur: London : Harvey Miller
    Date: 2013
    Collation: 532 p. : ill. en noir et en coul. ; 29 cm
    Collection: Studies in Medieval and Early Renaissance art history ; [72]
    Documents dans cette collection: Studies in medieval and early Renaissance art history
    Sujet RERO: Livres d'heures - Manuscrits - Moyen âge - Enluminure - Liturgie - Europe
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Contient: Sandra Hindman: Introduction : state of the question. - The prehistory of books of hours and the growth of their modern-day appreciation (Adelaide Bennett: Some perspectives on the origins of books of hours in France in the thirteenth-century. - Christopher de Hamel: Books of hours and the art market from the seventeenth century to the present day. - Roger S. Wieck: The hours of Catherine of Cleves : the manuscript that changed the world). - Centers of production : England, Germany and Italy (Nigel Morgan: English books of hours c. 1240 - c. 1480. - Jeffrey Hamburger: Another perspective : the book of hours in Germany. - Francesca Manzari: Italian books of hours and prayer books in the fourteenth century). - Towards a history of use (Gregory T. Clark: Beyond saints : variant litany readings and the localization of late medieval manuscript books of hours, the case of the d'Orges hours. - Anne Korteweg: Books of hours from the Northern Netherlands reconsidered : the uses of Utrecht and Windesheim and Geert Grote's role as a translator). - Problems of workshops (Marc Gil: Picardie-Hainaut : quelques remarques sur les livres d'heures produits par le Maitre de Rambures et Simon Marmion. - Anne Margreet W. As-Vijvers: Manuscript production in a carmelite convent : the case of Cornelia von Wulfskercke. - Marie-Françoise Damongeot: La circulation des modèles iconographiques : l'exemple d'un livre d'heures parisien (BnF Ms N.a.l.3115). - Mara Hofmann: Matteo de Milano between Ferrara and Rome : the hours of Dionora of Urbino (London, British Library, Yates Thompson 7). - Saskia von Bergen: The use of stamps in Bruges book production. - Eberhard König: Twins in attribution : a new fashion or a means to better understanding ? The case of the Grandes Heures de Rohan). - Cycles of illustration and their texts (James Marrow: Superimposed cycles of marginal illustration in late medieval horæ : function and history. - Klara H. Broekhuijsen: Decoration programmes in books of hours by the Masters of the Dark Eyes. - Bronwyn Stocks: Devotional emphasis and distinctive variations in the illustration of the hours of the Virgin in Italian books of hours). - Books of hours in the age of print (Todor Petev: A group of hybrid manuscripts illustrated with woodcuts from Antwerp. - Thierry Claerr: L'édition d'heures du 21 avril 1505, une œuvre charnière dans la production de Thielman Kerver ? - Ariane Bergeron-Foote: De la fortune de quatre bois gravés : de Paris 1519 à Rouen c. 1593. - Elizabeth A.R. Brown: The devotional books of Claude Gouffier : the Morgan Hours (New York, Morgan Library and Museum, M. 538). - Mary et Richard Rouse: Post-mortem inventories as a source for the production of manuscripts and printed books of hours)
    Identifiant: 9781905375943 : € 150.- (ISBN)
    No RERO: R007634468
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