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1480

Barbara von Erlach (nee de Praroman of Freiburg) with daughters modeled (see image to the very bottom right, from the Spiez Shilling). Barbara was the wife of Altschultheiss Rudolf von Erlach, the patron of the Berner Schilling.

From the #Medieval and Earlier #Manuscripts blog post 'The Four #Seasons'

Man seated at table - Petrus de Crescentiis, translation attributed to Jean Corbechon - Title: Ruralia commoda in French translation (Rustican des ruraulx prouffiz du labour des champs) - Bruges, ca. - Royal 14 E VI f.

Labors of the Months, The Tres Riches Heures du Duc Berry (Book of Hours) ca, 1412-1416 - background is Château de Saumur. Detail Havesting the Grain.

Labors of the Months, The Tres Riches Heures du Duc Berry (Book of Hours) ca, - background is Château de Saumur. Detail Havesting the Grain.

Boccace's "Decameron" (trad-Laurent de Premierfait) 1425-50 - here you can see the collar in back is more rounded, not a V.

Boccace's "Decameron" (trad-Laurent de Premierfait) - here you can see the collar in back is more rounded, not a V. I think this may be more appropriate for my transitional gown project given the relative dates

Loyset Liedet for David Aubert Histoire d'Olivier de Castille, frontispiece, Paris, Biblioteque Nationale Artist: Loyset Liedet, attrib (Burgundian, d. 1478) Date: ca. 1455 Location: Collection: Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, fr. 12574

Loyset Liedet for David Aubert Histoire d'Olivier de Castille, frontispiece, Paris, Biblioteque Nationale Artist: Loyset Liedet, attrib (Burgundian, d. 1478) Date: ca. 1455 Location: Collection: Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, fr. 12574

Bells on the belt!  :)  Also nice hat.    Title  Lijsbeth van Duvenvoorde  Year  c. 1430

Lijsbeth van Duvenvoorde, c. 1430 Unknown artist Oil on vellum Standing between two columns is a young woman, dressed in red. She is holding a banderole on which is written, ‘Mi verdriet lange te.