- Latin, French. In Latin and French, Gothic minuscule script.
- [Tournai, 1486 or 1497.]
- Physical description
- 1 v. (168 leaves): vellum, 20 cm.
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- Corporate Author
- Catholic Church.
- Included are the following parts: Calendar, Hours of the Cross, Hours of the Holy Ghost, Hours of the Virgin, Office of the Dead, Penitential Psalms, Lessons from the Four Gospels, Litany of the Saints, and Diverse prayers. There are five miniatures and twenty large initials done in the Franco-Flemish style which followed the school of the brothers Van Eyck; the illumination also shows the influence of the School of Fouquet.
- Eyck, Hubert van, 1366-1426.
- Eyck, Jan van, 1390-1440.
- Fouquet, Jean, approximately 1420-approximately 1480.
- Catholic Church > Liturgy.
- Catholic Church. Book of hours.
- Illumination of books and manuscripts, Renaissance > Belgium.
- Belgium > History > To 1555.
- Tournai (Belgium)
- Earliest possible date
- Latest possible date
- Reported to: Bibliothèque Nationale pre-1600 manuscript census.
- Open for research; material must be requested at least 24 hours in advance of intended use.
- Gift of B. F. Schlesinger.
- Mary was the most popular expression of faith and devotion in the Middle Ages and her prayer book, the Book of Hours, was a favorite of lay persons throughout Europe. Many copies were executed by the finest artists of the period and were viewed among the rich as status symbols.
- Related Work
- Book of Hours.