Detail of a full-page miniature of a Memento Mori. Image taken from f. 53 of Book of Hours, Use of Paris ('The Hours of René d'Anjou'). Written in Latin, calendar and rubrics in French.
Detail of a miniature of Death riding a skeletal horse, at the beginning of Matins in the Hours of Dead. Image taken from f. 137 of Book of Hours, Use of Rome. Written in Latin.
Miniature of Death, decorated initial 'V'(erba) and foliate borders, at the beginning of Matins in the Office of the Dead. Image taken from f. 84 of Book of Hours, Use of Rome. Written in Latin.
Drawing shows only the right half of a two page spread with Death on horseback and as a skeleton carrying a scythe (the blade of which appears in the missing left half) racing to the right over bodies and the w... more
Detail of a marginal vignette of the Triumph of Death. Image taken from f. 29 of Trionfi (index Triumphs) (ff. 11-52v); Rime (ff. 55-195). Written in Italian.
Historiated initial 'D' of a Memento Mori, measuring 125 x 110. On the reverse, partial four-line stave, musical notation and text: '..antur'. Image taken from f. 6 of Cuttings from a Gradual. Written in Latin.