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Gillion’s Son in Combat with the Saracen Lucion
Lieven van Lathem
Roman de Gillion de Trazegnies (Romance of Gillion de Trazegnies); Antwerp, after 1464
Lent by the Duke of Devonshire, and the Chatsworth Settlement Trustees, Chatsworth. England

Rudolph of Norway Receives Foliant de Ionnal’s Text
Jean Hennecart
Guillebert de Lannoy, L’Instruction d’un jeune prince
(The instruction of a young prince); Brussels, 1468–70
Lent by the Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, Paris

The Soldiers of Brabant Entering Ravenstein
Master of the Getty Froissart
Jean Froissart, Chroniques (Chronicles), Book 3; Bruges, about 1480–83
The J. Paul Getty Museum

Saxons Extracting Iron
Master of the Getty Froissart
Trésor des histoires (Treasury of histories); Bruges,
about 1475–80
Lent by The British Library, London

Wisdom Instructing Devoted Soul
Master of the Jardin de Vertueuse Consolation
Pierre d’Ailly, Le jardin de vertueuse consolation (The garden of virtuous consolation); Bruges, about 1475
Lent by the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris

Alexander and the Niece of Artaxerxes
Master of the Jardin de Vertueuse Consolation
Quintus Curtius Rufus, Livre des fais d’Alexandre le grant (Book of the deeds of Alexander the Great); Lille and Bruges, about 1470–75
The J. Paul Getty Museum

Charles V of France Receives Jacques Bauchart’s Text
Master of Margaret of York
Collection of philosophical texts; Bruges, about 1470
Lent by the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris

Crescenzi Discusses Fruit Trees
Master of Fitzwilliam 268
Piero di Crescenzi, Livre des proffits ruraux (Book of rural benefits); Bruges, about 1470
Lent by the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York

The Tragic Burning of Charles VI
Master of Anthony of Burgundy
Jean Froissart, Chroniques (Chronicles), Book 4; Bruges, about 1470–75
Lent by the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris

The Burgundian Courtier Jean of Montferrand Receives Letters from Jean Robertet
Master of Anthony of Burgundy
Georges Chastellain, Jean Robertet, and Jean de Montferrant, Les douze dames de rhétorique
(The twelve ladies of rhetoric); Bruges, about 1465–75
Lent by the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris

 

Landscape
Master of the London Wavrin
Jean de Wavrin, Recueil des croniques et anciennes istoires de la Grant Bretaigne (Collection of chronicles and ancient histories of Great Britain); Bruges, about 1475
Lent by The British Library, London

Philip the Good
Circle of the Master of the London Wavrin
Statutes and armorial of the Order of the Golden Fleece; Bruges, 1481–86
Lent by The British Library, London

The Creation of the Animals
Master of Edward IV
Bible historiale (Historical Bible), Genesis to Ecclesiastes; Bruges, 1479
Lent by The British Library, London

Charlemagne Naming the First Count of Flanders
Master of the First Prayer Book of Maximilian
Chroniques de Flandres (Chronicles of Flanders); Ghent, 1477
Lent by the Earl of Leicester and Trustees of the Holkham Estate, Wells-next-the-Sea, England

The Knight of the Swan
Master of the First Prayer Book of Maximilian
La chronique des haulx et nobles princes de Cleves (The Chronicle of the High and Noble Princes of Cleves); Ghent, about 1472–81
Lent by the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich

The Abduction of Ydoire
Fromont de Lens Receiving News of the Devastation of His Land
Girart and Bertha Find Sustenance at a Hermitage
Cuttings from Histoire de Charles Martel (History of Charles Martel)
Loyset Liédet
Brussels, 1463–65, and Bruges, 1467–72
The J. Paul Getty Museum

Margaret of York and the Risen Christ
Follower of Dreux Jean
Nicolas Finet, Le dialogue de la duchesse de Bourgogne à Jésus Christ (The dialogue between the duchess of Burgundy and Jesus Christ); Brussels, shortly after 1468
Lent by The British Library, London

A Knight Patron in Prayer before Saint Anthony
Dreux Jean or workshop
Invention et translation du corps de Saint Antoine (Discovery and translation of the body of Saint Anthony); probably Brussels or Bruges, about 1465–70
The J. Paul Getty Museum

The Death of Brunhilde
Cycle of the Master of Anthony of Burgundy
Giovanni Boccaccio, De la ruine des nobles hommes et femmes (Concerning the fates of illustrious men and women); Bruges, 1476 or later
Copper engraving
Lent by Sir Paul Getty, K.B.E., Wormsley Library, Bucks, England
 

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