Connie Yen

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Making Manuscripts - Video from the Getty Museum, a short tutorial of the making on illuminated manuscripts. It shows the gatherings being sewn on the supports and the attachment of the end bands. Free to share on social media.

Making Manuscripts - Getty Museum - An illuminated manuscript is a book written and decorated completely by hand. Illuminated manuscripts were among the most precious objects p.

Medieval Book Binding Process Part 3-Part 3 of a student tutorial on binding a medieval illuminated manuscript. Very helpful for beginners who would like to try this on their own. Free to share on social media.

Medieval Book Binding Process Part 3 of a student tutorial on binding a medieval illuminated manuscript.

Medieval Book Binding Part 2-The continuation of a student tutorial on medieval bookbinding. Beautiful illustrations. Free to share on social media.

Medieval Book Binding Part continuation of a student tutorial on medieval bookbinding.

Medieval Book Binding Process Part 1-Brief, but interesting beginning bookbinding tutorial done by a student. Free to share on social media.

Medieval Book Binding Process Part but interesting beginning bookbinding tutorial done by a student.

The Art of Illumination: The Limbourg Brothers and the Belles Heures of ... From the Metropolitan Museum, a book of hours. The border frame includes a coat of arms.

The Art of Illumination: The Limbourg Brothers and the Belles Heures of . From the Metropolitan Museum, a book of hours. The border frame includes a coat of arms.

EUROPEAN ART: Manuscripts (miniatures) from the 12th to 16th centuries. Miniatures from medieval illuminated manuscripts. No restrictions.

EUROPEAN ART: Manuscripts (miniatures) from the to centuries. Miniatures from medieval illuminated manuscripts. No restrictions.

The Medieval Calendar- from the Getty Museum, ;an illuminated calendar. No restrictions.

The Medieval Calendar- from the Getty Museum, ;an illuminated calendar. No restrictions.

Illuminated Frontipiece of a Manuscript of the Mantiq al-tair (Language of the Birds). Medium used: Ink, opaque watercolor, silver, and gold on paper. From the Met Museum; no restrictions.

Here we see the text block of the Mantiq al‑Tair, along with its elegant binding. While the colophon of the main text is dated to the manuscript was completed after coming into the possession of the Safavid ruler Shah 'Abbas I (r

Tutorial for the humanist/italic script from Expert Village. Free to share on social media. Italic Hand Calligraphy: Lowercase Letters : Letter Guidelines for Itali...

Tutorial for the humanist/italic script from Expert Village. Italic Hand Calligraphy: Lowercase Letters : Letter Guidelines for Itali.