Category: Floral Friday

Q is for Queendom
22 January 2021   |    Floral Friday

Capital "Q", illumination from the manuscript "Gradualis sanctorum Ecclesiae Parisiensis pars V", ms. RES VMA MS-1415, p. 135, 1669, Département Musique, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris.

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Close neighbors
15 January 2021   |    Floral Friday

Illumination from a Book of Hours (Paris), ms. Latin MS 164, f. 81r, ca. 1430, The John Rylands Library, Manchester.

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First bloom of the new year
8 January 2021   |    Floral Friday

Illumination from the Philibert de Viry’s Book of Hours, ms. lat. 367, f. 5r, beginning of the 16th century, Bibliothèque de Genève, Geneva.

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Jay and pansies
11 December 2020   |    Floral Friday

Illumination from the"Breviary of Queen Isabella of Castile", ms. Add MS 18851, f. 390r, circa 1497, British Library, London.

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What’s in a name?
4 December 2020   |    Floral Friday

Illumination from a German Bible, Ms. Ludwig I 13 (83.MA.62), f. 363r, ca. 1450, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.

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Pond
27 November 2020   |    Floral Friday

Illumination from the manuscript "Le Séjour d'honneur di Octavien de Saint-Gelais", ms. Français 12783, f. 10v, 15th century, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris.

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar
6 November 2020   |    Floral Friday

Illumination from the "Da Costa Hours", ms. M.399, f. 125v, ca. 1515, Pierpont Morgan Library, New York.

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It’s the simple things
30 October 2020   |    Floral Friday

A pipe in his teeth, a flower in his hand... and not-that-great artistic skills! Who said that things have to be polished and overly-complex in order to be appreciated?! Today's #FloralFriday celebrates simplicity and all…

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