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Representation of “The Last Supper” in a 15th century manuscript on Flickr.  Manuscript title: Devotionale Abbatis Ulrici Rösch  Manuscript summary: The devotional book of Abbot Ulrich Rosch of St. Gall contains various prayers, timetables and calendars, is decorated with elaborate initials and was written in the year 1472.   Origin: Wiblingen (Germany)  Period: 15th century  Image source: Einsiedeln, Stiftsbibliothek, Codex 285(1106), p. 179 – Devotionale Abbatis Ulrici Rösch (…

Representation of "The Last Supper" in a century manuscript by Virtual Manuscript Library of Switzerland

ratak-monodosico:    Cross-section of the head showing brain and cerebellum, by Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery  From: Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme, Paris 1831-1854 by J.M. Bourgery and N.H. Jacob

old creepy medical images as halloween decorations? Cross-section of the head showing brain and cerebellum, by Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery, from: Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme, Paris by J.

This prayer book was commissioned by Anne de Bretagne, wife of two successive kings of France, Charles VIII and Louis XII, to teach her son, the dauphin Charles-Orland (1492–1495), his catechism. It was painted in Tours by Jean Poyer, an artist documented as working for the queen. The book is richly illustrated, and its thirty-four airy, light-flooded miniatures are among the most delicate examples of late-fifteenth-century art.

Jean Poyer - Prayer book commissioned by Anne de Bretagne (wife of two successive kings of France, Charles VIII and Louis XII) to teach her son, the dauphin Charles-Orland his catechism.