Ms. book of hours for the use of Paris; calendar is composite, with large number of Parisian feasts; written and illuminated in Paris, France, ca. 1420.
Illuminations: 51 large miniatures, 24 calendar illustrations, full borders on nearly every leaf.
Artists: Boucicaut Master, workshop and follower; Master of Morgan 453; and Fastolf Master (?). Fols. 79r and 89r were formerly attributed to the Fastolf Master (Plummer, Last Flowering, no. 1). Gregory Clark (Quaerendo, XXXIX, 2009, p. 274) has tentatively attributed these miniatures to the painter of the Gingins Last Judgment.