Ancora un apporto per la storia della miniatura tolosana del XIV secolo: una nuova attribuzione per le miniature del MS 45 (vol. 1) del Corpus Christi College di Cambridge

Translated title of the contribution: Another contribution to the History of Illumination in Toulouse in the 14th Century: A New Attribution for the Miniatures of the MS 45 (vol. 1) of Corpus Christi College in Cambridge

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Abstract

Lo studio dell’apparato illustrativo del MS 45 (vol. 1), conservato nella biblioteca del Corpus Christi College di Cambridge
ha consentito di attribuire in questa sede il suo apparato illustrativo alla mano del miniatore di formazione tolosana, attivo intorno alla
metà del XIV secolo, designato come Maestro del Decreto di Avignone per aver miniato il ms. 659 della Biblioteca municipale di
Avignone, contenente appunto il testo del Decretum Gratiani.

The study of the illumination of the MS 45 (vol. 1), preserved in the library of Corpus Christi College in Cambridge, has made it possible to attribute his illustrative apparatus to the hand of the illuminator from Toulouse, active around the middle of the fourteenth century, designated as Master of the Avignon Decretum for having illuminated the ms. 659 of the Municipal Library of Avignon, containing precisely the text of the Decretum Gratiani.
Translated title of the contributionAnother contribution to the History of Illumination in Toulouse in the 14th Century: A New Attribution for the Miniatures of the MS 45 (vol. 1) of Corpus Christi College in Cambridge
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)65-76
Number of pages12
JournalDe Medio Aevo
Volume11
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 26 Apr 2022

Keywords

  • Arbor genealogie regum francorum
  • Bernard Gui
  • Dominicans
  • Illuminated manuscripts
  • Illuminations
  • Toulouse
  • Manoscritti miniati
  • Miniature
  • Tolosa
  • Domenicani

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