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Manuscript Leaf with Scenes from the Life of Saint Francis of Assisi, ca. 1320–42. Made in Bologna, Italy for Hungarian use.

By Jean Bourdichon of Tours, The Annunciation from a Book of Hours, 1485–90, Tempera and gold leaf on parchment, Tours, France. (By Jean Bourdichon of Tours, the foremost illuminator to the court of France during the reigns of Louis XI, Charles VIII, Louis XII, and Francis I (1461–1547)).

Initial 'I'(n) with pen-flourishing, at the beginning of book 2 of Pseudo-Cicero's Rhetorica ad Herennium. Origin:Italy, N. E. (Veneto?, Venice?)

Detail of a historiated initial of a lover presenting his verses to a lady from a fifteenth-century Italian book of love sonnets; to the right is a small flaming heart, a symbol of burning love (Kings 322 f.1). (British Library)

Saint George Carlo Crivelli (Italian, Venice (?), active by 1457–died 1493 Ascoli Piceno)

Avarice Detail of a miniature of the devil laying on an avaricious man's treasure chests. Origin: France, Central (Paris) Attribution: Richard de Montbaston Master

Illuminated Manuscript, Book of Hours, Five Wounds of Christ, Walters Art Museum Ms. W.165, fol. 110v by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts, via Flickr

Detail of a miniature of Ceres sowing corn, in L'Épître Othéa (Le Codex Bodmer 49 contient l’« Epître d’Othéa » qui a été écrit par Christine de Pisan vers 1400). Cologny, Fondation Bodmer

Detail of puzzle initial. Origin:Italy, Central

Saint Barbara, patron saint of prisoners, architects, and artillerymen. Limestone, paint, gilt ca. 1500, Northern France

Guiart des Moulins, Bible historiale (vol. 1) France, Central (Paris); between 1403 and 1404

Justin , Epitome historiarum Pompeii Trogi Italy, N. E.(?) (Ferrara?); 1st half of the 15th century (before 1469)