In December 2015 Bloomsbury auctions offered a cutting "showing the murder of a youth" (lot 61 in the catalogue), attributed to "the early fourteenth-century husband and wife illuminator-team Richard and Jean [sic] de Montbaston":
The text was not precisely identified, and the iconography only tentatively so: "The parent text here may well be from a Bible translation, with part of Proverbs, and if correct, then the scene may represent Cain and Abel".
Saturday, 14 January 2017
Sunday, 8 January 2017
In a previous post about the 1926-27 BFAC exhibition I was unable to identify this pair of Italian leaves:
Posted by Peter Kidd at 12:25