manuscript illumination

manuscript illumination:

see illuminationillumination,
in art, decoration of manuscripts and books with colored, gilded pictures, often referred to as miniatures (see miniature painting); historiated and decorated initials; and ornamental border designs.
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, in art.
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And, conversely, it is feasible that the schema for illustrating stage props developed from contemporary illustration conventions signifying physical objects, such as the baldachin-like structure, which appears in varying forms in both religious and secular manuscript illumination.
The Venetian works are grouped into themes and media, including manuscript illumination, tomb sculpture, triumphal imagery, and decorative works.
She is a specialist in French Gothic and Flemish Renaissance manuscript illumination.
Another interest was manuscript illumination, which is displayed in The Song of the Three Holy Children (1986), to name only one example.
This was followed by an Honours year and a PhD in medieval manuscript illumination, for which she shared the university's J.
Courtier and Commoner: Two Styles of Fifteenth Century Manuscript Illumination.
Jafar Dabiri uses the Persian craft of Khatam to skilfully inlay wooden objects, and Unaiza Karim's intricate pieces reflect the history and tradition of manuscript illumination.
In Canon Alberic's Scrapbook, a young Cambridge antiquary discovers the dark side of manuscript illumination, in a medieval town in the French Pyrenees.
In Canon Alberic's Scrap-book, a young Cambridge antiquary discovers the dark side of manuscript illumination, in a medieval town in the French Pyrenees.
GUERNSEY: Cornucopia reminds me to some extent of the sprawling line work of Hiberno-Saxon manuscript illumination, particularly the Book of Kells.
In effect, the works of art discussed in these pages go far beyond wall-paintings, and include sculpture, manuscript illumination, goldsmith's work, and tapestry.