Explorez Patronage, Enluminure et plus encore !

Découvrir des thèmes similaires

Detail of a miniature of Christine de Pizan presenting her manuscript to Queen Isabeau of Bavaria, France (Paris), c. 1410 – c. 1414, Harley MS 4431, f. 3 - See more at: http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/digitisedmanuscripts/2013/06/christine-de-pizan-and-the-book-of-the-queen.html#sthash.RV4ajBMh.dpuf

Detail of a miniature of Christine de Pizan presenting her manuscript to Queen Isabeau of Bavaria, France (Paris), c. 1410 – c. 1414, Harley MS 4431, f. 3 - See more at: http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/digitisedmanuscripts/2013/06/christine-de-pizan-and-the-book-of-the-queen.html#sthash.RV4ajBMh.dpuf

« L'Epistre Othea la deesse, que elle envoya à Hector de Troye, quant il estoit en l'aage de quinze ans » [par CHRISTINE DE PISAN].

« L'Epistre Othea la deesse, que elle envoya à Hector de Troye, quant il estoit en l'aage de quinze ans » [par CHRISTINE DE PISAN].

Jason battling the dragon that guards the Golden Fleece. Christine de Pizan, 'L'Épître Othéa' in The Book of the Queen, c. 1410-14 (Paris). BL Harley MS 4431 fol. 98v. Made for Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen of France. Prob. presented to her as a New Year's gift, Jan 1414. Later owned by John, Duke of Bedford; his wife, Jacquetta of Luxembourg; her son by her 2nd husband, Anthony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers; Louis de Gruthuyse; Henry Cavendish, duke of Newcastle.

Jason battling the dragon that guards the Golden Fleece. Christine de Pizan, 'L'Épître Othéa' in The Book of the Queen, c. 1410-14 (Paris). BL Harley MS 4431 fol. 98v. Made for Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen of France. Prob. presented to her as a New Year's gift, Jan 1414. Later owned by John, Duke of Bedford; his wife, Jacquetta of Luxembourg; her son by her 2nd husband, Anthony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers; Louis de Gruthuyse; Henry Cavendish, duke of Newcastle.

Left foot already in the stirrup, Hector bids farewell to his wife Andromache and their son Astyanax before going off to war. His horse is also armored. Christine de Pizan, 'L'Épître Othéa' in BL Harley MS 4431 fol. 135: "The Book of the Queen" (various works), c. 1410-14 (France - Paris).

Left foot already in the stirrup, Hector bids farewell to his wife Andromache and their son Astyanax before going off to war. His horse is also armored. Christine de Pizan, 'L'Épître Othéa' in BL Harley MS 4431 fol. 135: "The Book of the Queen" (various works), c. 1410-14 (France - Paris).

Partage du royaume de Clotaire Ier entre ses quatre fils Grandes Chroniques de France, enluminées par Jean Fouquet, vers 1460 Paris, BnF, département des Manuscrits, Français 6465 fol. 25 (Troisième livre) Voulant usurper le pouvoir au détriment de ses frères, Chilpéric s'empare du trésor de son père et s'assure le soutien des grands du royaume. Ses frères, Sigebert, Gontran et Charibert, le surprennent à Paris et font valoir leurs droits. La scène se situe dans l'île de la Cité.

Partage du royaume de Clotaire Ier entre ses quatre fils Grandes Chroniques de France, enluminées par Jean Fouquet, vers 1460 Paris, BnF, département des Manuscrits, Français 6465 fol. 25 (Troisième livre) Voulant usurper le pouvoir au détriment de ses frères, Chilpéric s'empare du trésor de son père et s'assure le soutien des grands du royaume. Ses frères, Sigebert, Gontran et Charibert, le surprennent à Paris et font valoir leurs droits. La scène se situe dans l'île de la Cité.

Les Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles, France 1475-1500, MS Hunter 252 (U.4.10), folio 186r

La bourde de Louis XII et la Querelle des dames de Paris, de Rouen, de Milan et de Lyon

Les Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles, France 1475-1500, MS Hunter 252 (U.4.10), folio 186r

15th century (first quarter?) France?  Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France: L´Epistre d’Othea by Christine de Pisan

15th century (first quarter?) France? Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France: L´Epistre d’Othea by Christine de Pisan

Man kneeling before a woman on a red bed. From Christine de Pizan, BL Harley MS 4431 fol. 56v: "The Book of the Queen" (various works), c. 1410-14 (France - Paris), made for Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen of France. Probably presented to her as a New Year's gift, Jan 1414. Later owned by John, Duke of Bedford; his wife, Jacquetta of Luxembourg; her son by her 2nd husband, Anthony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers; Louis de Gruthuyse; Henry Cavendish, 2nd duke of Newcastle.

Man kneeling before a woman on a red bed. From Christine de Pizan, BL Harley MS 4431 fol. 56v: "The Book of the Queen" (various works), c. 1410-14 (France - Paris), made for Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen of France. Probably presented to her as a New Year's gift, Jan 1414. Later owned by John, Duke of Bedford; his wife, Jacquetta of Luxembourg; her son by her 2nd husband, Anthony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers; Louis de Gruthuyse; Henry Cavendish, 2nd duke of Newcastle.

Historia Regum Britanniae  Paris, France  1400 - 1425

Historia Regum Britanniae Paris, France 1400 - 1425

Scène courtoise dans un jardin clos. Roman de la Rose, Pays-Bas, fin XVe siècle. @BLMedieval, Harley 4425 f.12v.

Histoire Medievale on

Scène courtoise dans un jardin clos. Roman de la Rose, Pays-Bas, fin XVe siècle. @BLMedieval, Harley 4425 f.12v.

Pinterest
Rechercher