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Anne Boleyn's Lute, the most fashionable musical instrument of the Tudor's time and later, during the reign of Charles II Stuart. It is known that Elizabeth I, Henry VIII, Louis XIII and Anne of Austria were talented musicians and played lute well. But Louis XIV preferred the guitar

Anne Boleyn's Lute, the most fashionable musical instrument of the Tudor's time and later, during the reign of Charles II Stuart. It is known that Elizabeth I, Henry VIII, Louis XIII and Anne of Austria were talented musicians and played lute well. But Louis XIV preferred the guitar

https://flic.kr/p/ApzJX3 | Grisaille Book of Hours, Decorated Initial, Walters Manuscript W.180, fol. 84r | This pocket-sized Book of Hours was created ca. 1460-70 in Bruges, and its artist appears to have been influenced by the famed Flemish illuminator Willem Vrelant. Most notable are the thirteen delicate grisaille (gray tone) miniatures, with their matching foliate borders. Although the original owner remains unknown, an early inscription reveals that the book was gifted by an Italian…

https://flic.kr/p/ApzJX3 | Grisaille Book of Hours, Decorated Initial, Walters Manuscript W.180, fol. 84r | This pocket-sized Book of Hours was created ca. 1460-70 in Bruges, and its artist appears to have been influenced by the famed Flemish illuminator Willem Vrelant. Most notable are the thirteen delicate grisaille (gray tone) miniatures, with their matching foliate borders. Although the original owner remains unknown, an early inscription reveals that the book was gifted by an Italian…

Bibliothèque Municipale de Reims, ms. 993, Folio 157v The caladrius, an all white bird. The De proprietatibus rerum of Bartholomeus Anglicus, translated into French in 1372 by Jean Corbichon, chaplain to King Charles V the Wise. John Berry, brother of the king, got three copies. This manuscript may have belonged to the library of the Duke of Berry.

Bibliothèque Municipale de Reims, ms. 993, Folio 157v The caladrius, an all white bird. The De proprietatibus rerum of Bartholomeus Anglicus, translated into French in 1372 by Jean Corbichon, chaplain to King Charles V the Wise. John Berry, brother of the king, got three copies. This manuscript may have belonged to the library of the Duke of Berry.

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