Aufbewahrungsort Bloomington (Indiana), University Libr., Ricketts Ms. 133
[früher Chicago (Illinois), Libr. of C. L. Ricketts, Ms. 133]
Codex 148 Blätter
Beschreibstoff Pergament
Inhalt Stundenbuch
Blattgröße 190 x 140 mm
Besonderheiten illustriert
Entstehungszeit 1491
Schreibsprache ndl. (de Ricci/Wilson S. 637)
Abbildung de Hamel S. 179 [= Bl. 7v (in Farbe)]
Literatur
(in Auswahl)
  • Seymour de Ricci with the assistance of W. J. Wilson, Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada, Bd. I, New York 1935 (Reprint 1961), S. 637.
  • Christopher U. Faye und William H. Bond, Supplement to the Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada, New York 1962, S. 539.
  • Klara H. Broekhuijsen, "Ende ziet alomme int paradijs": Seth's Vision of Paradise as Part of an Unusual Decoration Program in a Fifteenth-Century Book of Hours from Utrecht, in: Tributes in Honor of James H. Marrow. Studies in Painting and Manuscript Illumination of the Late Middle Ages and Northern Renaissance, ed. by Jeffrey F. Hamburger and Anne S. Korteweg, London/Turnhout 2006, S. 103-116, hier S. 106 (Anm. 8).
  • Christopher de Hamel, Gilding the Lilly. A Hundred Medieval and Illuminated Manuscripts in the Lilly Library, Bloomington (Indiana) 2010, S. 178f. (Nr. 81).
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