Illuminated Manuscripts

Some articles on illuminated manuscripts, manuscript, illuminated, manuscripts:

Western Calligraphy - Bibliography
... (2005) The Splendor of the Word Medieval and Renaissance Illuminated Manuscripts at the New York Public Library ... de Hamel, C (2001b) The British Library Guide to Manuscript Illumination ... (1994) A History of Illuminated Manuscripts ...
Culture Of Nagorno-Karabakh - Illuminated Manuscripts
... scriptoria have produced a fair number of illuminated manuscripts, especially in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries ... A group of illuminated works is specific to the regions of Artsakh and Utik in their linear and unadorned style they resemble miniatures of the Syunik and Vaspurakan schools ... Besides depicting biblical stories, several of Artsakh’s manuscripts attempt to convey the images of the rulers of the region who often ordered the rewriting and illumination of the texts ...
Western Painting - Middle Ages
... where the only surviving examples are miniatures in Illuminated manuscripts such as the Book of Kells ... Carolingian and Ottonian art also survives mostly in manuscripts, although some wall-painting remain, and more are documented ... Far more miniatures in Illuminated manuscripts survive from the period, showing the same characteristics, which continue into the Gothic period ...
Portraiture Of Elizabeth I Of England - Gallery - Illuminated Manuscripts
... Illuminated initial membrane, Court of King's Bench Coram Rege Roll, Easter Term, 1572 Coram Rege Roll, Easter Term, 1584 Charter of Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Ashbourne ...

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