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Giovanni Ambrogio Figino (1552 or 3–1608), Album, 1964.1
This fourteenth-century model book consists of eight parchment bifolios containing a total of more than seventy different drawings.
This sketchbook of architectural drawings is one of the most significant documents of buildings in early sixteenth-century Rome.
Explore this late-medieval book produced entirely from woodcuts.
This manuscript contains numerous images of the real and imaginary lands that made up the medieval world.
Explore he wondrous creatures of this bestiary made in England, ca. 1185.
Explore he wondrous creatures of this bestiary made in England, ca. 1325–1350.
Browse the earliest surviving manuscript of The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, the text of which forms the basis for the novel’s first printed edition.
Browse drawings made by Edme Bouchardon in eighteenth-century Rome.
Sacramentary, use of Sant’Apollonaire in Classe, in Latin, Northeastern Italy, perhaps the Abbey of St. Fonte Avellana, ca. 1050.
Browse this gospel book made in England, ca. 1060, for Judith of Flanders.
Browse this gospel book made in England, between 1051 and 1064, for Judith of Flanders.