Wednesday, 15 May 2019

A Dismembered Book of Hours Once Owned by Count Durrieu: A Postscript

I have belatedly realised that the Olschki catalogue cited in the previous post is available online, and provides several images of the miniatures of the manuscript, some of them with unusual iconography:

Diptych of Christ Blessing and the Virgin, fols. IIv-IIIr

St John the Baptist, fol. 111v
St John on Patmos, fol. 112r
St Anthony of Padua and a corpse; Death and a nobleman, fol. 114r
St Francis preaching to animals(?), fol. 115r
Does any reader know where they are now?

I also now have a better scan of the small images in Pirages Catalogue 44:

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