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Luzern, Zentral- und Hochschulbibliothek, Msc. 42. fol.: Nicolas de Lira, Commentaire de la Bible (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/fr/list/one/zhl/0042) Latin Résumé du manuscrit: Le manuscrit contient le commentaire du franciscain français Nicolas de Lira (vers 1270/1275-1349) sur les livres vétérotestamentaires d’Isaïe, avec des illustrations réalisées en Suisse centrale.

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BEST OF MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2014

The ongoing art project ‘Altered Perspectives’ by Marcello De Simone and Bruce Wayland (a.k.a. Little Owl Design), which combines paintings ...

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Anthropomorphic Crow Art Doll

Anthropomorphic Crow Art Doll by doters on Etsy.

The Entry of the Music in the burlesque Ballet des Fees de la Foret de Saint Germain performed in 1625 at the Court of Louis XIII. Everything in the costume designed by Daniel Rabel shows her association with music, the baton and musical score, and the lutes hanging from her skirt. In her earring is a triangle, and her headdress is another instrument called a theorbo.

Recueil des modes de la cour de France, 'Habits des Nymphes de la Suitte d'Orithie du Balet du Triomphe de l'Amour' Jean Berain (France, 1637/1640-1711) Jean Lepautre (France, Paris, 1618-1682) Jacques Lepautre (France, Paris, 1653-1684) France, Paris, circa 1682, bound 1703-1704 Prints Hand-colored engraving on paper

Bartholomeus Anglicus, ‘Livre des propriétés des choses’ (‘De proprietatibus rerum’, French translation of Jean Corbechon), Paris 1447 (Amiens, Bibliothèque municipale, ms. 399, fol. 141v)

Costume design for Jacqueline The Knowing One in the French Ballet des Fées de la Foret de Saint Germain, pen and ink over lead, watercolour heightened with gold, 1625. Victoria & Albert Museum