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1450. Dutch school: c. 1450 or later. 138 x 98mm. Miniature, without text, image of Christ before Caiaphas being held by a soldier with a jester dancing behind Him, disciples (?) behind Him with a cock sitting above the, three-sided border of simple flowers. In good condition. § Origin and..... More
1500. German: c. 1500. 132 x 155 mm. Matted. § An intriguing painting, showing the instruments of the Passion, a crowing cock, the head of Judas, the thirty pieces of silver &c. A somewhat surreal piece, with the head and some of the instruments floating in the air against a...... More
1250. Central Italy?, c.1250. Matted, in fine condition. § A well-painted initial of a man in flowing blue and pink robes holding a book to which he gestures, probably Saint Paul. Italian miniature paintings of this period are known to be difficult to localize with any accuracy but as the..... More
1260. Rhineland (or possibly Flanders or England): c. 1260-1280. Single leaf, 177 x 131mm. 20 lines of text in gothic script., 4-line historiated initial of a knight in armor, 4 initials in gold, gold highlighting in text. Small drawing of a dragon in red ink, drawing of a bird in..... More
1350. Central Italy (Perugia?), c.1350 or earlier 2 cuttings, 247 x 192 mm and 241 x 212 mm, elaborate leafy designs in many colors, outlined in white and heightened with gold, each with part of three lines of text and four lines of music on four-line red staves, versos with..... More
1525. South German (?): c. 1525. 2 cuttings on vellum, each approx. 58 x 71 mm. Beautifully painted in gold and colors, on a brown background. In fine condition. § Two lovely miniatures from the same hand, once part of a group of four all cut from the same book..... More