Illuminating Faith: The Eucharist in Medieval Life and Art
May 17 through September 2, 2013
|The Sacred Bleeding Host of Dijon Adored by a Couple, from the Heures à l'usaige de Romme|
Printed in France, Paris (Jean Poitevin), 1501
Illuminations added in Dijon, 1540s
The Morgan Library & Museum, New York; PML 129355, MS fol. 3v
Purchased on the Harper Fund and the Acquisitions Fund, 2003
|Papal Procession at Old St. Peter's, from the "Farnese Hours," Rome use, in Latin|
Italy, Rome, 1546
Illuminated for Cardinal Alessandro Farnese by Giulio Clovio
The Morgan Library & Museum, New York; MS M.69, fol. 72v–73r
Purchased by J. Pierpont Morgan, 1903
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