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Philip from BL Royal 20 D VI, f. 40v

Detail of an historiated initial 'S'(i) of Philip and two other saints, with a crowd below. Image taken from f. 40v of Lives of the Saints. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 341

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus receiving an envoy, and Philip Augustus giving his sister Margaret in marriage to the king of Hungary. Image taken from f. 341 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. W... more

Death of prince Philip from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 309

Miniature of Philip, the son of Louis le Gros, being killed by a boar. Image taken from f. 309 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 373

Miniature of Philip Augustus awaiting his fleet. Image taken from f. 373 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip and John from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 362

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus and John, king of England, making peace. Image taken from f. 362 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 353v

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus at St Denis, with an exhibition of relics. Image taken from f. 353v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 343v

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus sending an envoy, and the envoy being received by Henry II and his queen. Image taken from f. 343v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip and John from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 362v

Detail of a miniature of John, king of England, doing homage to Philip Augustus. Image taken from f. 362v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 373

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus awaiting his fleet. Image taken from f. 373 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 334v

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus opening a market. Image taken from f. 334v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 347

Detail of a miniature of an attack on a town, and Philip Augustus fording the Loire. Image taken from f. 347 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Battle of Philip Augustus and John of England from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 376v

Detail of a miniature of a battle of Philip Augustus and John, king of England. Image taken from f. 376v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 350v

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus arriving in Palestine. Image taken from f. 350v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 341

Miniature of Philip Augustus receiving an envoy, and Philip Augustus giving his sister Margaret in marriage to the king of Hungary. Image taken from f. 341 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 354

Miniature of Philip Augustus receiving messengers. Image taken from f. 354 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 330v

Miniature of Philip Augustus holding a council; a boar hunt, with an illuminated initial 'E'(n). Image taken from f. 330v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 332v

Miniature of Philip Augustus riding to St Denis, and Philip and Isabella of Hainaut at mass after their marriage, with an illuminated initial 'E'(n). Image taken from f. 332v of Chroniques de France ou de St De... more

Funeral of Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 386

Miniature of bishops at the funeral of Philip Augustus, with an illuminated initial 'L'. Image taken from f. 386 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 330v

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus holding a council; a boar hunt, with an illuminated initial 'E'(n). Image taken from f. 330v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 382v

Miniature of prisoners before Philip Augustus, with an illuminated initial 'Q'(uant). Image taken from f. 382v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip I from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 275v

Miniature of Philip I giving Montlehery to Louis, with an illuminated initial 'A'(pres). Image taken from f. 275v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip and Tancred from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 350

Miniature of the meeting between Philip Augustus and Tancred, with an illuminated initial 'Q'(uant). Image taken from f. 350 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 331

Detail of a miniature of the coronation of Philip Augustus, with an illuminated initial 'D'(roit). Image taken from f. 331 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip and Tancred from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 350

Detail of a miniature of the meeting between Philip Augustus and Tancred. Image taken from f. 350 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 348v

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus dictating his will, and his army. Image taken from f. 348v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip I from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 282v

Miniature of the funeral of Philip I, with an illuminated initial 'A'(ntresi). Image taken from f. 282v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 345

Miniature of Philip Augustus addressing the clergy, with an illuminated initial 'E'(n). Image taken from f. 345 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 337

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus being visited by the Patriarch of Jerusalem and the Master of the Temple. Image taken from f. 337 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 356

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus assembling his army, and the attack on Rouen. Image taken from f. 356 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 340v

Miniature of Philip Augustus visiting St Denis, and the resignation of Abbot William. Image taken from f. 340v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 338

Miniature of Philip Augustus receiving petitions from Burgundy, with an illuminated initial 'N'(e). Image taken from f. 338 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 383

Miniature of prisoners before Philip Augustus. Image taken from f. 383 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip and John from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 362v

Detail of a miniature of John, king of England, doing homage to Philip Augustus. Image taken from f. 362v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 356v

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus in battle against the English. Image taken from f. 356v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip Augustus from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 344v

Detail of a miniature of Philip Augustus receiving an envoy, and Philip Augustus and Henry II taking the cross. Image taken from f. 344v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Philip and Alexander from BL Royal 19 D I, f. 5

Miniature of Philip of Macedon taking Alexander to Aristotle. Image taken from f. 5 of Historia de proeliis, translated in French as La vraie ystoire dou bon roi Alixandre, and other romances. Written in French.

Philip and Alexander from BL Royal 19 D I, ff. 7v-8

Miniature of Philip and Alexander discussing envoys; miniature of Philip and Alexander setting out against Armenia; miniature of Pausanias and others marching against Philip. Image taken from ff. 7v-8 of Histor... more

Philip and Alexander from BL Royal 19 D I, ff. 8v-9

Miniature of the defeat of Philip; miniature of the battle of Alexander and Pausanias; miniature of Alexander enthroned with Bucephalus under his feet. Image taken from ff. 8v-9 of Historia de proeliis, transla... more

Homage to Philip III from BL Royal 19 D I, f. 222v

Miniature of the homage done to king Philip III. Image taken from f. 222v of Historia de proeliis, translated in French as La vraie ystoire dou bon roi Alixandre, and other romances. Written in French.

Saint Philip

Made in Carinthia, Austria

Appliqué Figure of the Apostle Philip

Made in Lower Saxony or Westphalia

Marriage of Philip from BL Royal 19 D II, f. 243v

Miniature of the marriage of Philip, the son of Philip III. Image taken from f. 243v of Bible historiale complétée moyenne (the 'Bible Historiale of John the Good'). Written in French.

Death-bed of Philip from BL Royal 20 C VII, f. 21v

Miniature of the death-bed of Philip, with the queen and others mourning. Image taken from f. 21v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis (from 1270 to 1380). Written in French.

Marriage of Philip from BL Royal 20 C VII, f. 182

Detail of a miniature of the marriage of Philip, the Duke of Burgundy, and Margaret of Flanders. Image taken from f. 182 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis (from 1270 to 1380). Written in French.

Philip from BL Royal 20 C VII, f. 6

Detail of a miniature of Philip and knights mourning over the body of Queen Isabella. Image taken from f. 6 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis (from 1270 to 1380). Written in French.

Death-bed of Philip from BL Royal 20 C VII, f. 21v

Detail of a miniature of the death-bed of Philip, with the queen and others mourning. Image taken from f. 21v of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis (from 1270 to 1380). Written in French.

Philip from BL Royal 20 C VII, f. 6

Miniature of Philip and knights mourning over the body of Queen Isabella. Image taken from f. 6 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis (from 1270 to 1380). Written in French.

Philip from BL Royal 19 B XVII, f. 122

Miniature of Philip before the statue of Mars, with a partial border and a foliate initial 'Q'(uant). Image taken from f. 122 of Legenda aurea. Written in French.

Saint Philip

Spinello Aretino (Spinello di Luca Spinelli) (Italian, born Arezzo 1345–52, died 1410 Arezzo)

Philip from BL Royal 20 B XX, f. 15

Detail of a miniature of Philip enthroned, with a sword, receiving a Persian messenger. Image taken from f. 15 of Historia de proelis in a French translation (Le Livre et le vraye hystoire du bon roy Alixandre)... more

Philip from BL Royal 20 B XX, f. 9v

Detail of a miniature of Philip seated with a bird in his lap and a serpent and eggshell on the floor, surrounded by attendants, with an astronomer interpreting. Image taken from f. 9v of Historia de proelis in... more

Defeat of Philip from BL Royal 20 B XX, f. 16v

Detail of a miniature of the defeat of Philip by Pausanias. Image taken from f. 16v of Historia de proelis in a French translation (Le Livre et le vraye hystoire du bon roy Alixandre)(index Alexandre). Written in French.

Saint Philip Seated, Holding a Book and a Cross

Pesellino (Francesco di Stefano) (Italian, Florence ca. 1422–1457 Florence)

Madonna and Child with Saints Philip and Agnes

Exquisite in facture and delicate in expression, this is the earliest known work by Donato de' Bardi. It is possible that it was painted in Pavia (south of Milan), where Donato would have known the great miniat... more

Philip, Thomas, and Bartholemew from BL YT 28, f. 66

Miniature of the martyrdom of Philip by stoning; miniature of the Virgin Mary giving her girdle to Thomas; miniature of the flaying of Bartholemew. Image taken from f. 66 of Secreta secretorum (ff. 1-43); Il Te... more

Alexander defeating Pausanias; Death of Philip from BL Royal 15 E VI, f. 8v

Miniature of Alexander defeating Pausanias, with a foliate initial 'O'(r dit), a miniature of the death of Philip, with a foliate initial 'Q'(uant), and a miniature of Alexander enthroned, with a foliate initia... more

Philip and Alexander from BL Royal 15 E VI, f. 8

Miniature of Philip and Alexander dismissing Persian envoys, with a foliate initial 'E'(n cellui), and a miniature of the defeat of Philip by Pausanias, with a foliate initial 'E'(n ceste). Image taken from f. ... more

Nectabebus and Philip; Philip, Alexander, and Aristotle from BL Royal 15 E VI, f. 6v

Miniature of Nectanebus as a dragon at Philip's table, with a foliate initial 'S'(i fort), and a miniature of Philip taking Alexander to Aristotle, with a foliate initial 'L'(e roy). Image taken from f. 6v of P... more

Saint Philip

This figure, along with others in the Museum's Collection, originally formed part of an altarpiece that included Christ and the twelve apostles. Made in Meuse Valley, France or Netherlands

Death of Philip the Fair from BL Royal 14 E V, f. 497v

Detail of a miniature of the death of Philip the Fair, at the beginning of chapter 18 of book 9. Image taken from f. 497v of De casibus virorum illustrium in French translation (Des cas des ruynes des nobles ho... more

Death of Philip the Fair from BL Royal 14 E V, f. 497v

Miniature of the death of Philip the Fair, with a partial border containing the arms of Edward IV, at the beginning of chapter 18 of book 9. Image taken from f. 497v of De casibus virorum illustrium in French t... more

Death of Philip the Fair from BL Royal 14 E V, f. 497v

Detail of a miniature of the death of Philip the Fair, at the beginning of chapter 18 of book 9. Image taken from f. 497v of De casibus virorum illustrium in French translation (Des cas des ruynes des nobles ho... more

Saint Philip

Parmigianino (Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola) (Italian, Parma 1503–1540 Casalmaggiore)

Philip Melanchthon

On the obverse is a portrait of the scholar and religious reformer Philip Melanchthon (1497 – 1560); there is text on the reverse. This is the second type of two medals that Hagenauer made of Melanchthon. Both ... more

St. Philip

Print shows St. Philip standing with a cross in one hand and a book in the other hand.

St. Philip (or Andrew?)

Print shows St. Philip standing with a cross in one hand and a book in the other hand.

Philip II, King of Spain (1527–1598)

Jacopo was trained as a gem engraver, sculptor, and architect. In addition to making portrait medals of prominent Milanese individuals, he engraved germs and fabricated objects in precious and semi-precious sto... more

King Philip II of Spain

Pompeo Leoni completed many works by his father, Leone Leoni, that were destined for the Spanish court and executed many commissions of his own design for Philip II (r. 1556–98). The king wears the chain and ba... more

Philip Emanuel de Loraine

Thomas de Leu (French 1560–1620)

St. Philip

In Mariette Album, folio 87, top first Etched by Master F. P. (Italian, active 16th century)

Letter P with the Legend of Saint Philip

At the dawn of the sixteenth century, artists working with boxwood conceived something entirely new: intricate, tiny carvings, the likes of which had never been seen or imagined before. Among them, this Letter ... more

Verso of a Sheet with Philip the Belle, from The Genealogy of Emperor Maximilian I

Proof for an illustration for the book "Genealogy of Emperor Maximilian I." Although Burgkmair completed ninety-two blocks for the project, the book was never published. The recto of this sheet (39.92.1a) has t... more

The White King Receiving His Daughter Margaret and the Children of King Philip, from Der Weisskunig

Der Weisskunig (the white king) is a loosely biographical account of the life of Emperor Maximilian I. The text, composed by Maximilian's secretary Marx Treitz-Sauerwein, is accompanied by illustrations by Burg... more

St. Philip from Christ and the Apostles

Hans Baldung (called Hans Baldung Grien) (German, Schwäbisch Gmünd (?) 1484/85–1545 Strasbourg (Strassburg))