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Lamentation with Saints, restored 2006

Lamentation with Saints, restored 2006

Illuminated Manuscript, Gloss on The lamentations of Jeremiah, Initial Q with a dragon, Walters Manuscript W.30, fol. 38r by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts, via Flickr

Illuminated Manuscript, Gloss on The lamentations of Jeremiah, Initial Q with a dragon, Walters Manuscript W.30, fol. 38r by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts, via Flickr

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Français 167, detail of f. 203v. Bible moralisée, 1345-1355. Illuminator: Jean Pucelle. Lamentations 5:13 - Young men are compelled to grind, and boys stagger under loads of wood. Erm…

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Français 167, detail of f. 203v. Bible moralisée, 1345-1355. Illuminator: Jean Pucelle. Lamentations 5:13 - Young men are compelled to grind, and boys stagger under loads of wood. Erm…

More great details of side lacing, gathered or pleated gores, gathered or pleated cuffs, gathered or pleated waists, and decorative edgings.  Manuscript: Walters W.30 Gloss on Lamentations of Jeremiah Folio  03v Dating:1150-1200 From:  Austria (exact location unknown) Holding Institution: Walters Art Museum

More great details of side lacing, gathered or pleated gores, gathered or pleated cuffs, gathered or pleated waists, and decorative edgings. Manuscript: Walters W.30 Gloss on Lamentations of Jeremiah Folio 03v Dating:1150-1200 From: Austria (exact location unknown) Holding Institution: Walters Art Museum

Illuminated Manuscript Gloss on The lamentations of Jeremiah Initial Q with Jeremiah lamenting Walters Manuscript W.30 fol. 4r by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts

Illuminated Manuscript Gloss on The lamentations of Jeremiah Initial Q with Jeremiah lamenting Walters Manuscript W.30 fol. 4r by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts

https://flic.kr/p/bBp553 | Illuminated Manuscript, Gloss on The lamentations of Jeremiah, Walters Manuscript W.30, fol. 3v | This illustrated copy of The lamentations of Jeremiah with the gloss (or interpretation) of Gilbert of Auxerre was written in Austria in the second half of the twelfth century and comes from the monastery of Seitenstetten. Gilbert died in 1134, and the manuscript is an early and important witness to his text. The gloss is written in a small script and is both…

https://flic.kr/p/bBp553 | Illuminated Manuscript, Gloss on The lamentations of Jeremiah, Walters Manuscript W.30, fol. 3v | This illustrated copy of The lamentations of Jeremiah with the gloss (or interpretation) of Gilbert of Auxerre was written in Austria in the second half of the twelfth century and comes from the monastery of Seitenstetten. Gilbert died in 1134, and the manuscript is an early and important witness to his text. The gloss is written in a small script and is both…

The Crucifixion and Scenes from the Passion Initial T: A Priest Celebrating Mass and The Lamentation Ferrara, 1470 Artist: Martino da Modena with Giorgio d'Alemagna and Bartolomeo del Tintore Patron: Ercole I d'Este Missal (text in Latin) Archivio Storico Civico e Biblioteca Trivulziana, Milan Cod. Triv. 2165, fols. 190v-191

The Crucifixion and Scenes from the Passion Initial T: A Priest Celebrating Mass and The Lamentation Ferrara, 1470 Artist: Martino da Modena with Giorgio d'Alemagna and Bartolomeo del Tintore Patron: Ercole I d'Este Missal (text in Latin) Archivio Storico Civico e Biblioteca Trivulziana, Milan Cod. Triv. 2165, fols. 190v-191

Close up of "Procession of the Flagellants", Limbourg Brothers from the Books of Hours, (Les Belles Heures), circa 1405–1408. Outbreaks of the plague were a cruel reality of medieval life, in response to which men went in procession "tormenting the flesh in fasting and prayer and lamentation," as the caption on this image indicates.

Close up of "Procession of the Flagellants", Limbourg Brothers from the Books of Hours, (Les Belles Heures), circa 1405–1408. Outbreaks of the plague were a cruel reality of medieval life, in response to which men went in procession "tormenting the flesh in fasting and prayer and lamentation," as the caption on this image indicates.

Jean Poyer "Stabat mater": Lamentation Border: Deposition Hours of Henry VIII, in Latin Illuminated by Jean Poyer France, Tours ca. 1500 256 x 180 mm The Morgan Library & Museum

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Jean Poyer "Stabat mater": Lamentation Border: Deposition Hours of Henry VIII, in Latin Illuminated by Jean Poyer France, Tours ca. 1500 256 x 180 mm The Morgan Library & Museum

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