New York: George Braziller, Inc. and The Walters Art Gallery, 1988. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. Quarto, 230 pages, original cloth with dust jacket. Illustrated in both black and white and color.
Wieck explores the central role of the illuminated manuscript in art, education, and religion between the fourth and sixteenth centuries. With 200 black and white illustrations and 40 color plates. (Inventory #: 1802)
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