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LOS ANGELES, CA., J. Paul Getty Museum

•  2008  •

0436
Evangelia Aethiopica. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 102

• 16th c. (1504-1505), Ethiopia. In ge'ez
• Parchment, 33.7 x 23.3 cm. Full-page miniatures (5), borders.
• Acquired in 2008 (acc. 2008.15)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=309018

•  2007  •

0184
Bestiarium (ff. 1-73), et al.. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 100

• 13th cent. (ca 1250-1260), England
• Vellum, 210 x 157 mm, 148 ff.; 112 colored-ink drawings; morocco binding
• Formerly owned by the Dukes of Northumberland (Alnwick Castle MS. 447); sold in 1990 to an anonymous collector in the USA
• Purchase, June 2007
• Cf. Millar (Eric G.), ed., A Thirteenth-Century Bestiary in the Library of Alnwick Castle, Oxford: Roxburghe Club, 1958
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=304109

0446
Vita Christi imaginibus depicta (piis miscellaneis nuper aucta). – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 101

• 12th cent. (c. 1190-1200), England (York?); and 15th cent. (c. 1480-1490), England (Norfolk?)
• Parchment, 170 x 120 mm. 106 leaves (51 twelfth-cent. interleaved with 55 fifteenth-cent. folios). 51 15th-cent. full-page miniatures without text, and 57 15th-cent. large or full-page miniatures
• Possibly assembled in the present form by Robert Leake (d. 1517) of Blythborough, Suffolk, or Robert Themilthorpe (d. 1505) of Foulsham, north Norfolk
• Owners: Susanna Flint and John Pinchbeck, 16th cent.; Robert Themilthorpe, 1594; N. Roe, 1760; Charles William Dyson Perrins (1864-1958); Laurence Witten, 1962
• Purchased in 2007
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=311098
• http://www.guenther-rarebooks.com/catalog-online-09/05.php

•  2006  •

0454
The Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence [miniature]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 80B

• 14th cent. (c. 1340), Italy (Florence)
• Vellum. Cut down to shape the miniature, 19 x 20.8 cm
• Cut out of the Laudario di Sant'Agnese (cf. Getty Mus., MS. 80), illuminated here by Pacino di Bonaguida
• Acquired in 2006 (acc. 2006.13)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=280649

•  2005  •

0435
The Trinity [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 88

• 15th cent. (c. 1460-1470), Italy (Ferrara)
• Vellum; historiated inital B, cut down to 16 x 16 cm. From a Gradual
• Illuminated by Taddeo Crivelli
• Former owner: Robert Lehman (1881-1969)
• Acquired in 2005 (acc. 2005.2)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=258667

0437
Saint Louis of Toulouse [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 90

• 15th cent. (c. 1450-1455), Italy (Romagna: Bologna or Ferrara)
• Vellum; historiated initial T, cut down to 73 x 53.4 cm. From a Graduale Sanctorum
• Illuminated by Franco dei Russi. The original volume is part of a series of choir-books commissioned by Cardinal Bessarion (+ 1472) for the benefit of the Franciscan Convent of Constantinople, and eventually yielded to Borso d'Este, Duke of Ferrara, after the Turkish Conquest (1453)
• Former owner: Robert Lehman (1881-1969)
• Purchase, 2005 (acc. 2005.20)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=265425
• From the same series: Getty Museum, MSS. 98 and 99

0438
Saints Maurus and Theofredus [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 91

• 15th cent. (c. 1460-1480), Italy (Cremona)
• Vellum; historiated initial A, cut down to 11.5 x 11.5 cm. From an Antiphonal
• Illuminated by Frate Nebridio
• Former owner: Robert Lehman (1881-1969)
• Purchased in 2005 (acc. 2005.21)

0439
The Last Judgement [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 92

• 16th cent. (c. 1567-1562), Italy (Rome)
• Vellum; historiated initial S, cut down to 15.6 x 16 cm. From a Gradual
• Former owner: Robert Lehman (1881-1969)
• Purchase, 2005 (acc. 2005.22)

0440
The Ascension [miniature]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 93

• 14th cent. (c. 1340), Italy (Florence)
• Vellum. Single leaf, 44.4 x 31.8 cm, with miniature. Detached from the Laudario di Sant'Agnese (see MS. 80)
• Illuminated by Pacino di Bonaguida
• Purchased in 2005 (acc. 2005.26)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=265880

0441
Saint John the Baptist [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 94

• 15th cent. (c. 1470-1480), Italy (Ferrara)
• Vellum. Historiated initial D, cut down to 35 x 30 cm. From a Franciscan Gradual
• Illuminated by Cosmè Tura
• Purchased in 2005 (acc. 2005.27)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=265882

0442
The Pentecost [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 95

• 15th cent. (c. 1430-1435), Italy (Milan)
• Vellum. Historiated initial A, cut down to 12 x 12.5 cm. From an Antiphonal
• Illuminated by Stefano da Verona
• Purchased in 2005 (acc. 2005.28)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=265883

0443
Antiphonarium ad usum Sancti Georgii Maioris Venetiis [fragm.]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 96

• 15th cent. (c. 1467-1470), Italy (Venice)
• Vellum. Single leaf, 56.3 x 40.7 cm. Historiated initial (Young Christ Blessing)
• Detached from the Antiphonal P of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice. Illuminated by Belbello da Pavia
• Purchased in 2005 (acc. 2005.29)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=265887
• Initial for Dominica in octava Epiphaniae [cf. Luke, 2.40]

0444
Antiphonarium Pragense [fragm.]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 97

• 15th cent. (c. 1400-1405), Bohemia (Prague)
• Vellum; three loose leaves, 56.5 x 39.7 cm, each with an historiated initial (Saint Stephen, Melchizedek, Isaiah). Musical notation on four-line staves
• Illuminated by the Master of the Golden Bull
• Purchased in 2005 (acc. 2005.33)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=264998

0445
Antiphonarium secundum usum Fratrum Minorum [fragm.]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MSS. 98-99

• 15th cent. (c. 1450-1455), Italy (Romagna: Bologna or Ferrara)
• Vellum. Two loose leaves, 58.1 x 41.5 cm, each with an historiated initial (Isaac and Esau, MS. 98; David, MS. 99); coat of arms on MS. 99 (initial leaf of the volume). Musical notation on four-line staves
• Illuminated by Franco dei Russi. The original volume is part of a series of choir-books commissioned by Cardinal Bessarion (+ 1472; his arms on MS. 99) for the benefit of the Franciscan Convent of Constantinople, and eventually yielded to Borso d'Este, Duke of Ferrara, after the Turkish Conquest (1453)
• Purchased in 2005 (acc. 2005.37-38)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=267202
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=308221

0447
Evangelia Aethiopica [fragm.]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 89

• 14th-15th cent. (c. 1375-1425), Ethiopia
• Parchment. Single leaf, 35 x 23.5 cm. Full-page miniature (Saint John)
• Former owner: Robert Lehman (1881-1969)
• Gift of Sam Fogg, 2005 (acc. 2005.3)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=258669

•  2004  •

0417
BEATUS de LIEBANA, Commentarius in Apocalypsim (fragm.: Apoc. xvii.4-18). – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS 77

• 13th cent., Spain (Castile)
• Vellum, single leaf, 294x235 mm. Large miniature on the verso (The Lamb Defeating the Ten Kings)
• Dismembered from the manuscript Paris, BNF, NAL 2290, possibly produced in the abbey San Pedro de Cardeña (Burgos)
• Presented to the Cistercian abbey of San Andrés de Arroyo (Palencia). Former owners: Eugène Rodriguez (his sale: Amsterdam, Müller, 11-13 March 1921, lot 243); Robert von Hirsch, Basel (his sale: London, Sotheby's, 20 June 1978, lot 4); Bernard H. Breslauer
• Purchased in 2004
• Cf. W.M. Voelkle, R.S. Wieck, The Bernard H. Breslauer collection of manuscript illuminations (exhibition catalogue), New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1992, no. 29
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=251401
• http://www.moleiro.com/base.php?p=BA/en

0423
Horae (the so-called Hours of Henry VII) [fragm.]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MSS. 79A and 79B

• 15th-16th cent. (c. 1198-99), France (Tours)
• Vellum; two loose leaves, 243 x 157 and 240 x 170 mm. Full-page miniatures (Louis XII Kneeling in Prayer; The Presentation in the Temple). Detached from London, BL, Royal MS 2.D.XL
• Illuminated by Jean Bourdichon [+1521]. Made for Louis XII, King of France (1498-1515): his portrait in MS. 79A
• Reputedly owned by Henry VII, King of England (1485-1509)
• Acquired in 2004 (acc. 2004.1 and 2004.66)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253747
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=256328
• http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/bourdichon/
• Other detached leaves: MS. 79; London, BL, Harley 5966, fol. 9; Add. MS 35254, fols. T, U, V; Cambridge, Magdalene Coll. Pepy's calligr. coll., I, p. 13; Edinburg, NLS, MS 8999

0433
The Pentecost [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 86

• 14th-15th cent. (c. 1392-1402), Italy (Bologna)
• Vellum; historiated initial S cut down to 216 x 210 mm. From a Choir-book
• Illuminated by Niccolò da Bologna
• Former owner: Robert Lehman (1881-1969)
• Acquired in 2004 (acc. 2004.48)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=254371

0434
Missale secundum usum Romanum (the Orsini Missal). – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 87

• 16th cent. (c. 1520), Italy (Rome)
• Vellum, 33.6 x 23.4 cm. Miniatures, borders. Bound between wood boards covered in full red velvet
• Commisioned by a member of the Orsini Family (coat of arms). Illuminated by Matteo da Milano
• Former owner: Robert Lehman (1881-1969)
• Acquired in 2004 (acc. 2004.65)
• Cf. T. Kren, K. Barstow, Italian Illuminated Manuscripts in the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 2005
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253777

•  2003  •

0136
The Stigmatization of St. Francis [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., Ms. 71

• 13th cent. (c. 1275), Italy (Siena)
• Single leaf with historiated inital 'G' (7 1/8 x 5 1/16 in.) and musical notation on four-line staves. Detached from a Gradual (foliated CIII)
• Attributed to Rinaldo da Siena
• Acq. 2003
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=243622

0418
The Ascension [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS 78

• 15th cent. (c. 1410 - c. 1431), Italy (Florence)
• Vellum; single leaf, 405 x 324 mm glued onto a wood panel. Large historiated initial 'V'. Detached from a Gradual
• Designed by Lorenzo Monaco; completed by Zanobi di Benedetto Strozzi and Battista di Biagio Sanguini
• Former owners: Baron Paul Benard Hatvany (his sale: London, Christe's, 24 June 1980, lot 2); Bernard H. Breslauer (+2004)
• Purchased in 2003 (acc. 2003.104)
• Cf. W.M. Voelkle, R.S. Wieck, The Bernard H. Breslauer collection of manuscript illuminations (exhibition catalogue), New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1992, no. 74
— M. Eisenberg, Lorenzo Monaco, Princeton, 1989, p. 110-111
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253190

0419
Horae (the so-called Hours of Henry VII) [fragm.]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS 79

• 15th-16th cent. (c. 1198-99), France (Tours)
• Vellum, single leaf, 243 x 170 mm. Full-page miniature (Bathsheba Bathing). Detached from London, BL, Royal MS 2.D.XL
• Illuminated by Jean Bourdichon [+1520/21]. Made for Louis XII, King of France (1498-1515): his portrait in MS. 79A
• Reputedly owned by Henry VII, King of England (1485-1509). Previous owners: D. E. Schwabach (bought in London, Christie's, 11 July 1974, lot 7); Bernard H. Breslauer, +2004
• Purchased in 2003 (acc. 2003.105)
• Cf. W.M. Voelkle, R.S. Wieck, The Bernard H. Breslauer collection of manuscript illuminations (exhibition catalogue), New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1992, no. 11
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253739
• http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/bourdichon/
• Other detached leaves: MSS. 79A and 79B; London, BL, Harley 5966, fol. 9; Add. MS 35254, fols. T, U, V; Cambridge, Magdalene Coll. Pepy's calligr. coll., I, p. 13; Edinburg, NLS, MS 8999

0420
Laudario della compagnia di Sant'Agnese di Firenze [fragm.]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS 80

• 14th cent. (c. 1340), Italy (Florence)
• Vellum; single leaf, 430 x 317 mm. Full-page miniature on the verso (the Pentecost). Detached from a vernacular Hymnal ('laudario')
• The volume was illuminated by Pacino di Bonaguida, and (here) by the Master of the Dominican Effigies
• Former owners: H. P. Kraus private collection. Bought from his estate, 1990, by Bernard H. Breslauer (+2004)
• Purchased in 2003 (acc. 2003.106)
• Cf. W.M. Voelkle, R.S. Wieck, The Bernard H. Breslauer collection of manuscript illuminations (exhibition catalogue), New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1992, no. 66
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253195
• Sister leaves: Getty Museum, MSS. 80A, 80B and 93; Antwerp, Mus. Mayer van den Berg, cod. 303; Washington, Nat. Gall. of Art, Rosenwald coll., 1949, 1952, 1959

0421
Liber ALCHANDREI philosophi. BOETHIUS, De arithmetica, De musica. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 72

• Early 15th cent. (c. 1405), France (Paris)
• Vellum, 390 x 30 5 mm; i + 117 leaves. Miniatures, borders, two-line initials, running titles and line-endings alternately of blue or burnished gold; numerous diagrams. 16th-century doeskin binding
• Illuminated by the Virgil Master. Copied from Paris, BNF lat.17868
• Owners: Bought from Royez, Paris, by Sir Thomas Phillips (his MS 1351). Count Antoine Seilern (Phillipps' sale, Sotheby's 1 July 1946, lot 11)
• Purchased in 2003
• http://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/alchandreus,-liber-alchandrei-philosophi-boethi-1-c-3udiszlcpj
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=244796

0424
St. Blaise [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 73

• 15th cent. (c. 1450-1460), Italy (Venice)
• Vellum; historiated inital G, cut down to 157 x 120 mm, pasted on cardboard. From a Gradual
• Illuminated by the Master of the Murano Gradual (previously attrib. to Belbello da Pavia)
• Provenance: Wiliam Young Ottley (1771-1836)
• Purchased in 2003 (acc. 2003.87)
• Cf. F. Todini, M. Bollati, Una Collezione di miniature Italiane dal Duecento al Cinquecento, vol. [I], Milan, 1993, no. VIII
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253180

0425
Job [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 74

• 15th cent. (3rd quarter), Italy (Florence)
• Vellum; historiated inital S, cut down to 210 x 190 mm, pasted on cardboard. From a Choir-book
• Illuminated by Francesco di Antonio del Chierico (1433-­1484)
• Purchase, 2003 (acc. 2003.88)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=254386

0426
Four Saints [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 75

• 15th cent. (c. 1450), Italy (Milan)
• Vellum; historiated inital B, cut down to 206 x 191 mm, pasted on cardboard. From a Choir-book
• Illuminated by the Olivetan Master
• Purchased in 2003 (acc. 2003.89)
• Cf. F. Todini, M. Bollati, Una Collezione di miniature Italiane dal Duecento al Cinquecento, vol. [I], Milan, 1993, no. X
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253184
• From the conspicuous tree in the background, the scene should certainly be identified as: Apostles on the Mount of Olives [D.M.]

0427
St. Jerome in his Study [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 76

• 15th cent. (3rd quarter), Italy (Milan)
• Vellum; historiated inital E, cut down to 145 x 140 mm, pasted on cardboard. From a Choir-book
• Attributed to the Master of the Birago Hours
• Purchased in 2003 (acc. 2003.90)
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253185

0428
Joab killing Abner [Miniature]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 81

• 14th cent. (c. 1420), England
• Vellum; single leaf, 142 x 90 mm (blank verso). Full-page miniature. Probably detached from a Psalter
• Illuminated by the Master of Trinity College MS B.11.7
• Former owners: Eric Korner, London; bought at his sale (Sotheby's, London, 19 June 1990, lot 53) by Bernard H. Breslauer (+ 2004)
• Purchased in 2003 (acc. 2003.107)
• Cf. W.M. Voelkle, R.S. Wieck, The Bernard H. Breslauer collection of manuscript illuminations (exhibition catalogue), New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1992, no. 18
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253198

0429
Matricula Societatis Sutorum Bononiensium [fragm.]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 82

• 14th cent. (1386), Italy (Bologna)
• Vellum; single leaf, 350 x 245 cm. Historiated initial (St. Dominic), coat of arms of the Shoemakers' Guild
• Illuminated by Niccolò da Bologna
• Former owners: Bought from Heinrich Eisemann by Eric Korner, London (his no. 21); bought at his sale (Sotheby's, London, 19 June 1990, lot 46) by Bernard H. Breslauer (+ 2004)
• Purchased in 2003 (acc. 2003.113)
• Cf. W.M. Voelkle, R.S. Wieck, The Bernard H. Breslauer collection of manuscript illuminations (exhibition catalogue), New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1992, no. 71
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253199

0430
Adoration of the Magi [historiated initial]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 83

• 15th cent. (c. 1470-1480), Italy (North-East)
• Vellum; historiated initial E cut down to 150 x 157 mm. From a Gradual
• Illuminated by Franco dei Russi
• Former owner: Bernard H. Breslauer (+ 2004)
• Purchase, 2003 (acc. 2003.114)
• Cf. W.M. Voelkle, R.S. Wieck, The Bernard H. Breslauer collection of manuscript illuminations (exhibition catalogue), New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1992, no. 79
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253200

0431
Antiphonarium ad usum monasterii S. Romuli Faesulani [fragm.]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 84

• 15th cent. (early 1460s), Italy (Florence)
• Vellum; single leaf, 575 x 385 mm. Large historiated initial I on the verso (God the Father blessing). Four-line staves. Dismembered from Florence, Arch. della Basilica di S. Lorenzo, cor. 204
• Illuminated by Francesco d'Antonio del Chierico
• Former owner: Bernard H. Breslauer (+ 2004)
• Purchase, 2003 (acc. 2003.115)
• Cf. W.M. Voelkle, R.S. Wieck, The Bernard H. Breslauer collection of manuscript illuminations (exhibition catalogue), New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1992, no. 81
— E. Landi, 'I corali medicei della Badia Fiesolana', in: Prospettiva, VIII-IX (1997), p. 7-17 and 31-39
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253206

0432
The Crucifixion [miniature]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS. 85

• 16th cent. (c. 1560), Italy (Rome)
• Vellum; single leaf, 372 x 260 mm. Full-page illumination. Detached from a Missal
• Illuminated by Vincent Raymond
• Owners, Sir Thomas Phillips (his sale, Sotheby's, London, 28 Nov. 1973, lot 614); H.P. Kraus; bought from his estate (1990) by Bernard H. Breslauer (+ 2004)
• Purchased in 2003 (acc. 2003.116)
• Cf. W.M. Voelkle, R.S. Wieck, The Bernard H. Breslauer collection of manuscript illuminations (exhibition catalogue), New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1992, no. 91
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=253209

•  2002  •

0112
Saint Mark [miniature]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., Ms. 70

• 14th cent. (ca 1290-1340), Byzantium
• Single leaf with full-page miniature, 192 x 145 mm. Dismembered from a Gospel Book
• Auction: Sotheby's, London, 18 June 2002, lot 9
• http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?lot_id=3SR68

•  2001  •

0089
AENEAS SILVIUS PICCOLOMINI (qui et PIUS papa II), Historia de duobus amantibus. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., Ms. 68

• 15th cent. (ca 1460), France
• 10 miniatures
• Acq. 2001
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=143395

0090
Christ in Majesty [miniature]. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., Ms. 69

• 15th cent. (c. 1460), France (Toulouse)
• Single leaf with full-page miniature, 13 9/16 x 9 13/16 in. Detached from a Missal
• Illumated by Antoine de Lonhy
• Gift of the Emerson Family in honor of John S. Bonnell, 2001
• http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=144521

•  1999  •

0040
Psalterium ad usum Noviomensis ecclesiae. – ms.
Los Angeles, Getty Mus., MS 66

• 13th c. (in., after 1205); France (Picardie?)
• Vellum, 172 ff.; 300 x 220 mm. 9 large miniatures
• Illuminated by the Master of the Ingeburge Psalter
• Acquisition: July 1999
• http://www.getty.edu/news/press/exhibit/psalter.html
• http://www.getty.edu/art/collections/objects/o113693.html


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