Ms. book of hours for the use of Rome (Hours of the Virgin, Office of the Dead); written and illuminated in Belgium, perhaps Bruges, ca. 1440.
Decoration: 7 full-page miniatures, 12 large miniatures.
Artist: two Masters of the Gold Scrolls, the second responsible for the last four Suffrage miniatures on fol. 159v, 161v, 163, 165v; the Masters of the Gold Scrolls were a group of Netherlandish illuminators who were active 1414-1455, partiularly in Bruges; the name is derived from their treatment of background, flat color decorated with golden foliated ornament.