London, England: Phaidon, 1967. Hardcover. VG/VG- (light soiling to dustjackets, and one has a small tear at heel of spine.). 2 vols. Blue cloth, gilt lettering and design; white & illus. dust jackets, 453 pp. (Vol. I), unpaginated, approx.250 pp. (Vol. II); Color frontispiece tipped in to vol. I; 845 color and bw plates. The full two-volume set, with one book of text and one of illustrated plates. "Devoted to French Mediaeval Painting during the period 1380-1400 and to the influence of the Duke of Berry. During this period evey great cycle of miniatures in France was commissioned by Jean de Berry. No patron of his time, and few before or after him, had a comparable effect on the arts. The library which he formed was in itself an institution, and the manuscripts it contained had an effect upon the manuscripts that he subsequently commissioned." (dj). (Inventory #: 124679)
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