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 Tino di Camaino Duccio di Buonisegna Traini Francesco Illuminated Manuscripts
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Illuminated Manuscript


Boucicaut Master
 


 

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Illuminated Manuscripts


 



 
 

Boucicaut Master

( fl c. 1390–1430).
Illuminator, active in Paris.The anonymous artist known as the Boucicaut Master is named after his work in the Book of Hours of Paris Use , which was commissioned by Jean II le Meingre de Boucicaut, Marshal (marechal ) of France (1365–1421).

 


Virgin and Child
1410

 


Samson and the Lion
1415

 


The Story of Adam and Eve
1415

 
 

Hercules Poisoned by the Shirt of Nessus

   
 

All Saints

   
 

The Suicide of Lucretia
c. 1415

   
 

The Murder of Antiochus III

   
 

Death of Dido

   
 

Athaliah, Queen of Judah, Dragged from the Temple

   
 

Four men kneeling before God

   
 

A Jewish Woman Devouring Her Child during the Siege of Jerusalem

   
 

Mary Magdalene

   
 

The Massacre of the Innocents

                 


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