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Calligraphie - Gothique Rotunda

Calligraphie - Gothique Rotunda

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Catholic Church. Book of Hours and Missal : manuscript, [between 1485 and 1490].

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The Divine Comedy - World Digital Library

The Divine Comedy - World Digital Library

Matteo da Milano, illuminator (Italian, active 1492 – 1523) Initial D: Saint John the Baptist, about 1520, Tempera and gold on parchment Leaf: 33.6 x 23.4 cm (13 1/4 x 9 3/16 in.) The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Ms. 87, fol. 4

The J. Paul Getty Museum - Digitized Medieval Manuscripts

Gothique rotunda d'après Palatino par Serge Cortesi - la maison de la calligraphie au musée des lettres et manuscrits

medieval illuminated manuscript

Orvieto - Carhedral


A monk engulfed in water clings to the curve of an initial S that begins the first verse of Psalm 68, "Save me, O God: for the waters are come in even unto my soul." Italian, Northeastern Italy, about 1420 Tempera colors, gold leaf, and ink on parchment

Joris Hoefnagel (Flemish, 1542-1601), illuminations to Georg Bocskay’s Mira calligraphiae monumenta

Joris Hoefnagel (Flemish, 1542-1601), illuminations to Georg Bocskay’s Mira calligraphiae monumenta

Getty Search Gateway Museum Object Page

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16th century typography - Menor letra de copistas

BibliOdyssey: Manuscript Decoration

medieval calligraphy - letra de junto

Manuscript Decoration

menor letra redonda cortada - illumination techniques

Peinture italienne Fra Angelico (1387 - 1455) - Annonciation

Peinture italienne - Page 2

Sigurtà Park, near Verona, Italy


The Walters Art Museum illuminated manuscripts

MSC002a Hymnal Leaf, vellum 51 x 35 cm. Rome, before 1600. Six lines of four-stave music with Latin gothic script and illumination.

Book of Gregorian chants from the 17th century

Slightly different presentation: the judge looks more like God the Father, and dead are met by the figure of death. From Codex Vindobonensis Palatinus 1970 (Austrian National Library, Vienna).

Illuminated Manuscripts

Wolffgang Fugger. Rotunda. Nürnberg, 1525.