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A Siren and a Centaur / Unknown Flemish artist. Illuminated Manuscripts from Belgium and the Netherlands

Illumanu : Photo

Codex Manesse, Graf Rudolf von Neuenburg, Fol c.

"Her Herrand II. von Wildonie, südlich von Graz", in "Heidelberger Liederhandschrift (Codex Manesse)", Zürich, ca. 1300-1340

Soldiers receiving word from a lady. One with a crossbow over his shoulder. Codex Manesse, Der von Wildonie, Fol c.

An onocentaur (half man, half ass) with a bow looks at a siren. These two are often illustrated together.  J. Paul Getty Museum, MS. Ludwig XV 3, Folio 78r

not quitte!An onocentaur (half man, half ass) with a bow looks at a siren.

A Dragon (Getty Museum)  Franco-Flemish, Thérouanne?, about 1270   Tempera colors and gold leaf on parchment   7 1/2 x 5 5/8 in.

A Dragon/unknown illuminator Manuscripts/medevil times

Annunciation, Nativity, Adoration of the Magi and Presentaiton of Christ | Psalter | England, East Anglia or London | ca. 1300-1310 | The Morgan Library & Museum

The Annunciation to Mary - Nativity of Christ - Adoration of the Magi - Christ: Presentation // Ramsey Psalter (f. // East Anglia or London, England, ca. // Manuscript // The Morgan Library & Museum

Psalter Initial "D" with King David praying at altar; female donor pictured in prayer in right margin Walters Manuscript W.110 fol. 136v by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts

Psalter Initial "D" with King David praying at altar; female donor pictured in prayer in right margin Walters Manuscript fol. by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts

Manuscript Illumination with the Visitation in an Initial D, from a Choir Book, Spanish Forger (French, active late 19th–early 20th century), Tempera, ink, and gold on parchment, French

An unsorted look at the works released into the public domain by the Metropolitan Museum. Pictured: “Manuscript Illumination with the Visitation in an Initial D,” from a choir book, late nineteenth century.

Vintage Printable – Medieval, Mythology, Fantasy, Monsters and Various Beings – 4

Medieval bestiary from illuminated manuscript

. D is for David. Add MS 24686 f. 26v @BLMedieval

. D is for David. Add MS 24686 f. 26v @BLMedieval

Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art exhibition on Persian manuscript painting in 2006

One Thousand and One Persian Landscapes

Most likely, this is Duke Henry IV of Silesia-Breslau shown (for 1253-1290). Both of his simple love songs testify to the singer at ease Breslauer Hof.

Codex Manesse, Herzog Heinrich von Breslau, Fol c.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - "The Tortoise", Folio from an `Aja'ib al-Makhluqat (Wonders of Creation) of Qazwini

"The Tortoise", Folio from an `Aja'ib al-Makhluqat (Wonders of Creation) of Qazwini Zakaria bin Muhammad bin Mahmud Abu Yahya Qazwini (ca. Object Name: Folio from an illustrated manuscript Date: second half century Geography: Iran, Khurasan

Detail of an initial-word panel Wa-yiqra (And the Lord called unto Moses) inhabited by two hybrid dragons, at the beginning of Leviticus. Hebrew from The Northern French Miscellany, Additional 11639 f. 51v, ca. 1277-1286

Detail of an initial-word panel Wa-yiqra (And the Lord called unto Moses) inhabited by two hybrid dragons, at the beginning of Leviticus. Hebrew from The Northern French Miscellany, Additional 11639 f.

Manuscript Valenciennes BM MS.320 De Rerum natura/Bestiary Folio 44r Dating 1275-1290 From France (exact location unknown) Holding Institution Bibliothèque municipale de Valenciennes

Manuscript Valenciennes BM De Rerum natura/Bestiary Folio Dating From Francia (exact location un.

The Prophet Muhammad reveals to ‘Ali secrets of creation he was told during the mi’raj journey. A similar scene, from a Tarjuma-I Thawaqib-I manaqib dated 1590 is now in the Pierpoint Morgan Library, New York (Schmitz 1997, p.88, and Milstein 1990, ill.3).  From a manuscript of prayers, Turkey, Ottoman, 16th century, 24 x 15 cm (Audrey Shabbas)

The Prophet Muhammad reveals to ‘Ali secrets of creation he was told during the mi’raj journey. A similar scene, from a Tarjuma-I Thawaqib-I manaqib dated 1590 is now in the Pierpoint Morgan Library, New York (Schmitz 1997, p.88, and Milstein 1990, ill.3). From a manuscript of prayers, Turkey, Ottoman, 16th century, 24 x 15 cm (Audrey Shabbas)

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