Ms. book of hours for the use of Rome; written and illuminated in Bourges [?], France, ca. 1522. The calendar, which includes several Breton elements, is preceded by a table of Golden Numbers for the years 1522-1536.
Decoration: 12 near full-page grisaille miniatures drawn in sepia, pen and wash, and heightened in white; 7 quarter-page grisaille miniatures drawn in sepia, pen and wash and highlighted in white, four of which are on blue grounds.
Artist: Stylistically related to the 1520s Hours Workshop as well as the "Master of the Doheny Hours" and his workshop.