Null Hours for the use of Paris, printed on vellum.
Simon Vostre, circa 1508.
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Hours for the use of Paris, printed on vellum. Simon Vostre, circa 1508. "Ces présentes heures à l'usage de Paris sont tout au long rien requérir avec les miracles Notre-Dame et les figures de l'apocalypse et de l'antique et des triomphes de César". 104 ƒƒ. of parchment, in 4° (215 x 140 mm.) (a-b8, c4, d-i8, k6, a'8, e'8, i8 o6). Almanac 1508-1528. Bound in 17th-century brown calf, spine ribbed and decorated with gilt motifs. Binding rubbed, corners stripped, jaws fragile. Expert : Cabinet Honoré d'Urfé Text: ƒ. a1v Almanach 1508-1528. ƒ. a2-a8 Calendar. ƒƒ. b1-b2v Pericopes of the 4 Gospels. ƒƒ. b3-c8 Passion, Obsecro te, O intemerata, Stabat mater, Missus est Gabriel angelus, Te Deprecor. ƒƒ. d1-g7 Heures de la Vierge à l'usage de Paris avec les heures de la Croix et du Saint-Esprit intercalées à partir de Laudes. ƒƒ. g8-h7 Penitential Psalms. ƒƒ. h8-k6 Vigils of the dead. ƒƒ. a'-e'4 Suffrages and prayers. ƒƒ. e'4v-e'7 Office of the Conception of Our Lady. ƒƒ. e'7v-e'8 From the Holy Sepulchre. ƒƒ. e'8-e'8v There follows the table of these present hours. ƒƒ. i'1-i4 Office of Our Lady of Pity. ƒƒ. i'4-o6v Prayers: Douce Dame, Saincte vraie Croix, O reyne qui fuste mise et assise, Glorieuse saincte Dame, Toy royne de hault pararaige, Glorieuse Vierge Marie, Mon Dieu mon créateur, Mon benoist Dieu, ie croyes de cueur, Sire Dieu éternel. Engravings: 24 large copper engravings: - 14 full-page engravings. - 10 two-thirds page. Numerous small engravings. Anonymous engraving. - a1 Mark of Simon Vostre. Engravings according to the drawings of the Master of the Apocalypse of the Sainte Chapelle. Six engravings (2/3 page) by the Master of the Apocalypse of the Sainte Chapelle. Chapel: Jean Dipres (1495-1498). - a2 Anatomical man. - c8v Tree of Jesse. - f2 Adoration of the shepherds. - a'1 The Church Triumphant and the Church Militant. - a'3 The Holy Wound. - e'7v Entombment. All small engravings. Borders: the calendar, the story of Joseph and his brothers, the sibyls, gathering, deer hunting, the story of David, Danse macabre, the 7 sacraments. Ines Nettekoven (Der Meister des Apokalipsenrose der Sainte-Chapelle und die Pariser Buchkunst um 1500, Turnhout, 2004, Abb. 158-176) names the artist after the stained glass windows in the Rose de la sainte Chapelle, and attributes numerous engravings to him, including the series for Simon Vostre. Vostre. N. Reynaud (Les manuscrits à peintures en France 1440-1520, Cat. Expo. BNF Oct. 1993 - Jan. 1994, pp. 265-270) prefers the name Maître des Très Petites Heures d'Anne de Bretagne from the BNF manuscript (Paris, NAL 3120). The author suggests identifying him with one of the sons of Colin d'Amiens or Nicolas Dipres: Jean Dipres? Engravings based on drawings by Jean Pichore 1504-1506. - 17 engravings (14 full-page and 3 2/3-page engravings: G8, H8 and E'4v°) - a8v Saint John and the poisoned cup. - b3 The Betrayal of Judas. - d1 Annunciation. - d8v Visitation. - e4v Crucifixion (after Martin Schoengauer). - e6v Nativity (after Martin Schoengauer: C. Zöhl, Abb. 244). - f 1v Announcement to the shepherds. - f4v Adoration of the Magi (after Martin Schoengauer: C. Zöhl, Abb.243). - f7 Presentation at the Temple (after Jean Poyet). - g1v Flight into Egypt. - g4v Coronation of the Virgin Mary. - g7v David playing the Harp. - g8 David hands Uriah the letter condemning him (after Jean Poyet). - h7v Resurrection of Lazarus (after Jean Poyet). - h8 Job visited by his friends (after Jean Poyet). - e'4v Sainte Anne Trinitaire. Antique borders, Apocalypse (d1v to e7), Triumphs of Caesar (a'3v-e'1). These last two series come from the in 8° series by Jean Pichore. Most of the large engravings are from the edition by Jean Pichore et Rémy de Laistre in 4° dated April 5, 1504 (Tenschert vol. 2, no. 92), with the exception of David and Uriah (l.8) and Job visited by his friends (h.8), St. Anne Trinitaire (e'4v), which can be found in the Hours in 8° of September 24, 1504 (C. Zöhl, Jean Pichore : Buchmaller, Graphiker und Verleger in Paris um 1500, Turnhout, 2004, Abb. 99-130, p. 162-176). Vostre used them around 1505-1508 (Zöhl, p. 22-25). Jean Pichore is documented from 1502 to 1518, in 1502 in the service of Cardinal d'Amboise and then in 1518 for the Chants royaux du Puy Notre Dame d'Amiens offered by the aldermen of Amiens to Louise de Savoie. He was inspired by the compositions of the Touraine illuminator Jean Poyet in the Briçonnet Hours (Haarlem, Teylers Museum ms. 78) and German engravers such as Martin Schoengauer here and Albert Dürer, the latter in the in 8° series of 1504. Illuminated initials: The initials in pink and blue with o

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Hours for the use of Paris, printed on vellum. Simon Vostre, circa 1508. "Ces présentes heures à l'usage de Paris sont tout au long rien requérir avec les miracles Notre-Dame et les figures de l'apocalypse et de l'antique et des triomphes de César". 104 ƒƒ. of parchment, in 4° (215 x 140 mm.) (a-b8, c4, d-i8, k6, a'8, e'8, i8 o6). Almanac 1508-1528. Bound in 17th-century brown calf, spine ribbed and decorated with gilt motifs. Binding rubbed, corners stripped, jaws fragile. Expert : Cabinet Honoré d'Urfé Text: ƒ. a1v Almanach 1508-1528. ƒ. a2-a8 Calendar. ƒƒ. b1-b2v Pericopes of the 4 Gospels. ƒƒ. b3-c8 Passion, Obsecro te, O intemerata, Stabat mater, Missus est Gabriel angelus, Te Deprecor. ƒƒ. d1-g7 Heures de la Vierge à l'usage de Paris avec les heures de la Croix et du Saint-Esprit intercalées à partir de Laudes. ƒƒ. g8-h7 Penitential Psalms. ƒƒ. h8-k6 Vigils of the dead. ƒƒ. a'-e'4 Suffrages and prayers. ƒƒ. e'4v-e'7 Office of the Conception of Our Lady. ƒƒ. e'7v-e'8 From the Holy Sepulchre. ƒƒ. e'8-e'8v There follows the table of these present hours. ƒƒ. i'1-i4 Office of Our Lady of Pity. ƒƒ. i'4-o6v Prayers: Douce Dame, Saincte vraie Croix, O reyne qui fuste mise et assise, Glorieuse saincte Dame, Toy royne de hault pararaige, Glorieuse Vierge Marie, Mon Dieu mon créateur, Mon benoist Dieu, ie croyes de cueur, Sire Dieu éternel. Engravings: 24 large copper engravings: - 14 full-page engravings. - 10 two-thirds page. Numerous small engravings. Anonymous engraving. - a1 Mark of Simon Vostre. Engravings according to the drawings of the Master of the Apocalypse of the Sainte Chapelle. Six engravings (2/3 page) by the Master of the Apocalypse of the Sainte Chapelle. Chapel: Jean Dipres (1495-1498). - a2 Anatomical man. - c8v Tree of Jesse. - f2 Adoration of the shepherds. - a'1 The Church Triumphant and the Church Militant. - a'3 The Holy Wound. - e'7v Entombment. All small engravings. Borders: the calendar, the story of Joseph and his brothers, the sibyls, gathering, deer hunting, the story of David, Danse macabre, the 7 sacraments. Ines Nettekoven (Der Meister des Apokalipsenrose der Sainte-Chapelle und die Pariser Buchkunst um 1500, Turnhout, 2004, Abb. 158-176) names the artist after the stained glass windows in the Rose de la sainte Chapelle, and attributes numerous engravings to him, including the series for Simon Vostre. Vostre. N. Reynaud (Les manuscrits à peintures en France 1440-1520, Cat. Expo. BNF Oct. 1993 - Jan. 1994, pp. 265-270) prefers the name Maître des Très Petites Heures d'Anne de Bretagne from the BNF manuscript (Paris, NAL 3120). The author suggests identifying him with one of the sons of Colin d'Amiens or Nicolas Dipres: Jean Dipres? Engravings based on drawings by Jean Pichore 1504-1506. - 17 engravings (14 full-page and 3 2/3-page engravings: G8, H8 and E'4v°) - a8v Saint John and the poisoned cup. - b3 The Betrayal of Judas. - d1 Annunciation. - d8v Visitation. - e4v Crucifixion (after Martin Schoengauer). - e6v Nativity (after Martin Schoengauer: C. Zöhl, Abb. 244). - f 1v Announcement to the shepherds. - f4v Adoration of the Magi (after Martin Schoengauer: C. Zöhl, Abb.243). - f7 Presentation at the Temple (after Jean Poyet). - g1v Flight into Egypt. - g4v Coronation of the Virgin Mary. - g7v David playing the Harp. - g8 David hands Uriah the letter condemning him (after Jean Poyet). - h7v Resurrection of Lazarus (after Jean Poyet). - h8 Job visited by his friends (after Jean Poyet). - e'4v Sainte Anne Trinitaire. Antique borders, Apocalypse (d1v to e7), Triumphs of Caesar (a'3v-e'1). These last two series come from the in 8° series by Jean Pichore. Most of the large engravings are from the edition by Jean Pichore et Rémy de Laistre in 4° dated April 5, 1504 (Tenschert vol. 2, no. 92), with the exception of David and Uriah (l.8) and Job visited by his friends (h.8), St. Anne Trinitaire (e'4v), which can be found in the Hours in 8° of September 24, 1504 (C. Zöhl, Jean Pichore : Buchmaller, Graphiker und Verleger in Paris um 1500, Turnhout, 2004, Abb. 99-130, p. 162-176). Vostre used them around 1505-1508 (Zöhl, p. 22-25). Jean Pichore is documented from 1502 to 1518, in 1502 in the service of Cardinal d'Amboise and then in 1518 for the Chants royaux du Puy Notre Dame d'Amiens offered by the aldermen of Amiens to Louise de Savoie. He was inspired by the compositions of the Touraine illuminator Jean Poyet in the Briçonnet Hours (Haarlem, Teylers Museum ms. 78) and German engravers such as Martin Schoengauer here and Albert Dürer, the latter in the in 8° series of 1504. Illuminated initials: The initials in pink and blue with o

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