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TitleBreviarium (fragment).Translate
TypeManuscriptTranslate
ImprintUtrecht, Translate
Year[ca. 1430-ca. 1440] Translate
Techniqueminiature, historiated initial, border decoration Translate
Size243 x 165 (174 x 115) mm. Translate
AnnotationIncipit: In vigilia Pasche.
Single leaf from the Egmond Breviary (New York, Pierpont Morgan Library : ms. 87).
The Egmond Breviary was commissioned by a duke of Guelders-Jülich (based on the coats of arms), probably Arnold van Egmond, and was produced in Utrecht.
Cite as: Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht Hs. 12 C 17.
U. Finke, 'Utrecht. Zentrum nordniederländischer Buchmalerei,' in: Oud-Holland 78 (1963), p. 27-66. P. 60-61.
F. Gorissen, Das Stundenbuch der Katharina von Kleve. Analyse und Kommentar. Berlin 1973. P. 320, 391.
F. Wormald & Ph.M. Giles, A descriptive catalogue of the additional illuminated manuscripts in the Fitzwilliam Museum, acquired between 1895 and 1979, excluding the MacClean collection. Cambridge 1982. p. 528.
Handschriften en oude drukken van de Utrechtse Universiteitsbibliotheek. Catalogus bij de tentoonstelling in het Centraal Museum te Utrecht ter gelegenheid van het 400-jarig bestaan van de bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, 1584-1984. Utrecht 1984. P. 255-257 nr. 121, afb. op p. 256.
K. van der Horst, Illuminated and decorated medieval manuscripts in the University Library, Utrecht. An illustrated catalogue. Maarssen / 's-Gravenhage 1989. P. 11 nr. 38, pl. G, afb. 162-163.
The Golden Age of Dutch manuscript painting. Stuttgart, 1989. P. 112-115, no. 36.
Das Goldene Zeitalter des Hertogtums Geldern. Geschichte, Kunst und Kultur im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert. Tent. cat. Niederrheinische Museum für Volkskunde und Kulturgeschichte, Kevelaer etc. Geldern 2001 (ook verschenen als : De Gouden Eeuw van Gelre. Kunst en cultuur in het oude hertogdom , Geldern 2001). P. 186, afb. op p. 187.
N. Morgan, S. Panayotova, M. Meuwese et al, A catalogue of western book illumination in the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Cambridge Colleges. The Frankish kingdoms, Northern Netherlands, Germany, Bohemia, Hungary, Austria. London/Turnhout 2009 (= Illuminated manuscripts in Cambridge 1). P.50
P. Vandenabeele, A. Deneckere, C.A. Chavannes-Mazel et al. Technical research report. Raman spectroscopy. Nijmegen 2010. P. [117], [119], afb. op [121] (fol. 1r.)
H. Wijsman, Luxury bound. Illustrated manuscript production and noble and princely book ownership in the Burgundian Netherlands (1400-1500). Turnhout, 2010 (= Burgundica 16). P. 345 nt. 487, p. 509 nt. 18
M. Bloem, 'New light on three miniatures from the Egmond breviary*' in: Oud Holland 125 (2012) 2/3, p. 69-89. P. 82-85p. 85 nt. 10
Sotheby's; London; Purchase; 19600201; cat. no. 246.
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LocationUniversiteitsbibliotheek UtrechtTranslate
Call numberHSS: Hs 12 C 17 folTranslate