Ms. book of hours for the use of Rouen; calendar in Latin, mainly Rouen; written and illuminated in Rouen, France, ca. 1440-1449; calendar and first three miniatures added ca. 1490.
Decoration: 12 miniatures from first campaign of illumination (ca. 1440-1449), 2 miniatures and 24 calendar illustrationsfrom second campaign of illumination (ca. 1490); owner portrait pictured with patron saint St. James on fol. 13r; his unidentified arms below; wife with patron saint St. Anthony and her arms on fol. 14r; names of owners thus thought to be Jacques and Antoinette.
Artist responsible for the first campaign of illumination (ca. 1440-1449): a follower of the Talbot Master.
Artist responsible for the second campaign of illumination (ca. 1490): a Rouennais artist.