By chance I recently came across an article about Robert Forrer (who has been mentioned in several previous posts, e.g. here): Jean R. Debrix, ‘Visages d’Alsace: M. Robert Forrer’, La vie en Alsace (1937), pp. 132–36.
This includes seven photographs of the interior of Forrer's home, on the walls of which hang framed manuscript leaves and cuttings, including the one above, and these two:
Here is a detail of the lower of those two photographs:
|Detail of the image above|
Having identified this cutting to my satisfaction, I wondered how many more could be recognised?
Hanging immediately above the Bible historiale is this:
here and here). This had previously been in the collection of Monsieur B. Hochon, sold in Paris in 1903:
Another photo in the 1937 publication shows a corner of the same room:
It is hard to discern the detail of the upper leaf at the far right:
EDIT, 28 June 2020:
Matt Westerby has contacted me with another identification. In this image of cuttings hanging on Forrer's wall:
he points out the very close similarity between the one at the top left:
and this cutting at the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC:
The Washington illumination has Forrer's faint ink-stamp just below the bottom right-hand corner of the initial (here enhanced, but still difficult to read unless you know what the stamp usually looks like):