Monks turning away from sin, from Augustine, La Cité de Dieu, Book IX, illustrated by Maitre Francois, c. 1475-1480 -- The lady in red in front is wearing a v-neck gown lined in white fur (?), worn with a wide, white belt and a very tall henin. The woman in back has a tail coming from the top of her henin to fall over her shoulder. The monks are driven away by the frightful taste in headgear. Though also the gambling and making out and light music and drinking also going on in the room.
[folio 007r] MS. Douce 195 (Le roman de la rose) Robinet Testard http://romandelarose.org/#browse;Douce195
Évrard de Conty et les trois déesses, Français 143, fol. 26v, from Échecs Amoureux by Évrard de Conty, illustrated by Robinet Testard, ca. 1496-1498 -- This is getting rather late for v-neck gowns, but the women in the center in blue wears one, while the woman to the left foreground wears a transitional gown with a wide, square neckline. In the next few decades, this will become the typical "Tudor" gown. This image is a bit problematic, because it's allegorical, but the women's clothing…
St. Jerome Preaches, from Augustine, La Cité de Dieu, Book IX, illustrated by Maitre Francois, c. 1475-1480
Jupiter Kissing Ganymede (I think?) from Augustine, La Cité de Dieu, Book IX, illustrated by Maitre Francois, 1475-1480 -- Note the gold "finials" on top of the henins. Interesting!
Roman de la violette, milieu du XVe s
Trojan refugees leave their ships at Rome (something about Aeneas?), from Augustine, La Cité de Dieu, Book IX, illustrated by Maitre Francois, c. 1475-1480
Guillaume Digulleville and Memory Guillaume Digulleville, Pilgrimage of human life pilgrimage of the soul Author: William Digulleville (1295 -1380?). Text by Author: Master Book of Hours Johannette Ravenelle. Date of publication: 1400-1410 Type: manuscript Language: French
15th C miniature (secondary source) - british library http://www.johnnesfieldsretinue.com/Kit/manuscript.jpg