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Leaf from an Antiphoner from the Franciscan Convent of St Klara, Cologne        Object:        Illuminated manuscript      Place of origin:        Köln (city), Germany (illuminated)      Date:        ca. 1350 (illuminated)      ca. 1350 (written)      Artist/Maker:        Loppa de Speculo (Sister) (illuminator)      Materials and Techniques:        Water-based pigments, gold leaf and ink on parchment

Leaf from an Antiphoner from the Franciscan Convent of St Klara, Cologne Object: Illuminated manuscript Place of origin: Köln (city), Germany (illuminated) Date: ca. 1350 (illuminated) ca. 1350 (written) Artist/Maker: Loppa de Speculo (Sister) (illuminator) Materials and Techniques: Water-based pigments, gold leaf and ink on parchment

Cenni di Francesco di Ser Cenni - Leaf from Antiphonary - Walters W15316V - Open Reverse.jpg

Cenni di Francesco di Ser Cenni - Leaf from Antiphonary - Walters W15316V - Open Reverse.jpg

The Squarcialupi Codex, an illuminated manuscript produced in Florence, Italy, is one of the few contemporary sources for the study of non-religious, i.e. "profane" music between the 13th and 14th centuries, and the largest primary source for music of the Trecento, also known as the "Italian ars nova."

The Squarcialupi Codex, an illuminated manuscript produced in Florence, Italy, is one of the few contemporary sources for the study of non-religious, i.e. "profane" music between the 13th and 14th centuries, and the largest primary source for music of the Trecento, also known as the "Italian ars nova."

Manuscript        Place of origin:        Mainz, Germany (illuminated)      Date:        1490 (illuminated)      Artist/Maker:        Unknown (production)      Materials and Techniques:        Water-based pigments, gilding and ink on parchment

Manuscript Place of origin: Mainz, Germany (illuminated) Date: 1490 (illuminated) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Water-based pigments, gilding and ink on parchment

Page from the newly digitised Geese Book (1503-1510).  Look how shiny that gold is still!  Gorgeous picture of a deer and hunter at the bottom too.

Page from the newly digitised Geese Book (1503-1510). Look how shiny that gold is still! Gorgeous picture of a deer and hunter at the bottom too.

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