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  • Bluebell Knoll

    Leaf from the Giltlingen Missal Object: Manuscript Place of origin: Augsburg, Germany (illuminated) Date: ca. 1485-1489 (illuminated) Artist/Maker: Wagner, Conrad (illuminator) Materials and Techniques: Water-based pigments, gilding and ink on parchment

  • Laura Franz

    From Victoria and Albert museum: 1485-1489, German (Contrad Wagner, Illuminator). Use with source cited?

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