2006 · Los Angeles
by Morrison, Elizabeth and Thomas Kren (Editors)
Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum, 2006. Paperback. VG. Color-illustrated and blue wraps with white and light blue lettering. viii, 198 pp. Mainly color illustrations. Contents: Illuminated manuscripts in the Burgundian Court. Jan van der Scaghe and Anne de Memere, the first owners of the hours of 1480 in the Abbey Library at Nová Ríse / Lorne Campbell -- The undecorated margin : the fashion for luxury books without borders / Catherine Reynolds -- A very Burgundian hero : the figure of Alexander the Great under the rule of Philip the Good / Chrystèle Blondeau -- The role of dress in the image of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy / Margaret Scott -- Techniques, media, and the organization of production. The suggestive brush : painting techniques in Flemish manuscripts from the collections of the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Huntington Library / Nancy K. Turner -- Flemish manuscript production, care, and repair : fifteenth-century sources / Lieve Watteeuw -- Rogier van der Weyden and manuscript illumination / Lorne Campbell -- On relationships between Netherlandish drawing and manuscript illumination in the fifteenth century / Stephanie Buck -- Flemish illuminated manuscripts : assessing archival evidence / Jan Van der Stock -- Individual illuminators. The Master of Fitzwilliam 268 : new discoveries and new and revisited hypotheses / Gregory T. Clark -- Marketing books for Burghers : Jean Markant's activity in Tournai, Lille, and Bruges / Dominique Vanwijnsberghe -- Iconographic originality in the oeuvre of the Master of the David scenes / Elizabeth Morrison -- Directions for further research. Scholarship on Flemish manuscript illumination of the Renaissance : remarks on past, present, and future / James H. Marrow -- One hundred years of the study of Netherlandish manuscripts / Jonathan J.G. Alexander.
(Inventory #: 171715)