|"Case B: English Psalters etc.", as displayed at the 1908 exhibition|
The Illuminated Manuscripts Catalogue (Printed for the Burlington Fine Arts Club, 1874) is online here.
William Bragge (1823–1884) lent eighty-one manuscripts: catalogue numbers 1–73, 112, 116–118, 120, 121, 126, and 127. Following the 161 codices is a section devoted to 52 "Single Leaves and Cuttings", including a few modern copies.
The Catalogue of a Series of Illuminations from MSS. Principally of the Italian and French Schools (Printed for the Burlington Fine Arts Club, 1886) is online here.
bequeathed them to the Fitzwilliam Museum.
|Charles Brinsley Marley, c.1850 [Source]|
Finally, and by far the most important, the Exhibition of Illuminated Manuscripts (Printed for the Burlington Fine Arts Club, 1908), online here:
Each of these exhibitions deserves an individual future blogpost, as does an exhibition held in the winter of 1926–27, of which a few copies exist of the unpublished Catalogue of a Collection of Pictures, Drawings, Pages from Illuminated Manuscripts, Furniture and Objets d'Art (Typescript, London, 1926).
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