15th century heart-shaped book
15th Century BOOK OF HOURS - Heart-Shaped When Opened The little book of hours of Amiens Nicolas Blairie, carefully written on a thin Ruling rose, but modestly decorated with some original illuminations in ink (folio 29), has the curious shape of an almond when it is closed. When it opens, the two halves of the almond bloom to fit the contours of a heart, concrete evocation of the heart of the person praying the prayer that opens.
‘Philosophical Mercury’. Italy, 15th century
A farmer and his wife shearing sheep. Book of Hours, Italo-Flemish, early 16th century
Manuscript Case, first half 15th century, France
Hispano-Moresque silk textile, Granada, 15th century
Manuscript Case Date: first half 15th century Culture: French
capitals and tracery from the 15th-century Dominican cloister in Dubrovnik
Terracotta piggy bank, made in East Java in the 15th century
Chapelle Saint-Pierre in Villefranche-sur-Mer, France, dates back to the 15th century. By the 19th century, it was used to store fishing
Facsimile edition of the 15th century, heart-shaped Chansonnier de Jean de Montchenu
Vatican Library It was founded in the 15th century by the Pope Nicholas V together with the St Laurents library. Later on it was
A sweetly idyllic 15th century miller's cottage in Somerset, England that looks as though it just popped out of a classic fairy tale.
our hotel was a 15th century villa. it was one of these classic white-washed buildings. such a fun family vacation. santorini, greece.
Length of brocaded velvet, late 15th century, Italian (Venice). Silk velvet brocaded with metal-wrapped thread.
Polychrome Velvet, Italy, early 15th century velvet weave (cut and voided): silk thread