Manuscripts in Transition: Recycling Manuscripts, Texts and Images

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Manuscripts in Transition. Recycling Manuscripts, Texts and Images gathers together some 40 contributions by art historians specialised in research into book illuminations from the time of Charlemagne to Charles V's Habsburg empire (ca. 800-ca. 1550). The accent is mainly on the art of the illumination in the Gothic, Burgundian and Post-Burgundian periods. This anthology is the product of an international conference held in Brussels in 2002 in connection with the exhibition Medieval Mastery: Book Illumination from Charlemagne to Charles the Bold (800-1475) (Leuven, Stedelijk Museum Vander Kelen-Mertens). The central focus of the conference was the systematic re-use of texts and images in the Middle Ages. The examination of this theme resulted in the present fascinating series of articles.

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Texts and images 1
From word to image : the illustration of 'religious' manuscripts throughout the Middle Ages 7
Le souvenir de Constantin autour de l'an mil 23
The roots of Capetian royalty and the Saint-Vaast Bible 31
Le Taqwim-as-sihha, traite de medecine arabe et sa diffusion en Occident : texte et illustrations 41
"Recyclage" d'images dans un manuscrit des Enarrationes in psalmos de saint Augustin 55
A scribe's confession and the making of the Anchin Hrabanus (Douai, Bibliotheque municipale, Ms. 340) 65
Les illustrations recyclees du psautier anglo-catalan de Paris : du douzieme siecle anglais a l'italianisme pictural de Ferrer Bassa 81
Miamonides' illustration of the temple in Jerusalem as a model for later copies 93
Das Wolfenbutteler Musterbuch in seinem Sachsischen Umfeld 99
Seeing the walls of Troy 109
Zur gotischen Buchmalerei in Koln vor Johannes von Valkenburg 127
Modulations of moduli in the Tristan illuminated manuscripts : secular 'tryst' and biblical 'temptation' scenes 139
Devotional literacy of a noblewoman in a book of hours of ca. 1300 in Cambrai 149
Devil and God, filth and purity in Pucelle's Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux (ca. 1325-1328) 159
Transformation, interaction and integration; the career and collaboration of a fourteenth-century Flemish illuminator 173
Assoziative Kompilation - Psalterminiaturen von Ordensfrauen 193
Antiphonary from Stift Vorau 203
The material recycling of the antiphonary of Vorau 211
Recyclage et creation dans l'iconographie de Guillaume de Machaut (quatorzieme-quinzieme siecles) 217
Scripta manent. Jacquemart de Hodin, painter from Mons? 225
La vision de l'antiquite de Jacques Coene 235
... Pour avoir nettoye et relye ij grans livres appartenant a Monseigneur ... documentation concerning the fifteenth-century care of manuscripts in the Burgundian library 241
Zum adaptierten Stifterbild in der spatmittelalterlichen Buchmalerei 253
Tradition and innovation in the cycles of miniatures accompanying the hours of the virgin in early fifteenth-century English books of hours 263
The production of Flemish books of hours for the English market : standardization and workshop practices 271
Iconographic cycles in Legendes dorees (fourteenth-fifteenth century) : constants and variables. A case study : Arundel (West Sussex), collection of the Duke of Norfolk 285
Variation in page layout in Dutch books of hours as evidence for localization : developing a method for qualitative and quantitative research 291
Un exemple de reemploi stylistique et pictural emprunte au "Maitre de Wavrin" : Le Petit Jehan de Saintre 301
Le manuscrit Paris, bibliotheque nationale de France, Ms. fr. 12601 est-il sorti de l'atelier du Maitre de Wavrin? 309
Interpenetration des manuscrits et des incunables. L'exemple de Lyon et du Chantilly, Musee Conde, Ms. 833-834 317
Quelques manuscrits de Bethleem (Herent) 325
Anna Peperit Mariam, Elizabeth Johannem, Maria Christum : images of childbirth in late-medieval manuscripts 335
The politicized page : the Sforza succession and humanist book decoration in Milan 347
The importance of patterns in the emergence of a new style of Flemish manuscript illumination after 1470 357
Recycling the Huth Hours : the master of the David scenes and the making of the Brukenthal Breviary, or : the Ghent Associates and the contribution of Simon Marmion to Ghent-Bruges manuscript painting 379
Beyond Jacquemart Pilavaine, Simon Marmion, and the master of Antoine Rolin : book painting in the Hainaut in the penultimate decade of the fifteenth century 391
Composing the 'raising of Lazarus', ca. 1495 399
Du nouveau sur l'enluminure en Hainaut a la fin du moyen age. L'antiphonaire de l'Abbaye de forest (Westmalle, Abbaye des trappistes, Ms. 9) 407
The game of the month. Playful calendars in Ghent-Bruges books of hours 419
Transgressing the borders : the fortunes of Flemish book illumination in southern Germany after 1500 431
Distinguished among equals : repetition and innovation in Venetian Commissioni 441
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