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For payments to a publisher, the example of the Parisian publisher of printed books Antoine Verard is relevant. He supplied manuscripts to Charles of Angouleme in the 1490s. See, most recently, M. B. Winn, "Books for a Princess and Her Son: Louise de Savoie, Francois d'Angouleme, and the Parisian Libraire Antoine Verard," Bibliotheque d'humanisme et renaissance 46 (1984), pp. 603617; cited p. 603. The complaints of an author, Jean Thenaud, who worked exclusively for Francis I in the 1520s and 1530s, show that he was responsible for all aspects of the books he was commissioned to write for the king; cited in B.
No. 32 (my thanks to Christopher de Hamel for this reference). For a general account of the 1520s Hours Workshop, see M. Orth, "Progressive Tendencies in French Manuscript Illumination 1515-1530: Godefroy le Batave and the 1520s Hours Workshop," unpub. D. , Institute of Fine Arts, New York, 1976, chap. 5. 2. Last Flowering (1982) and Renaissance Painting (1983). These catalogues and my article on the Doheny Hours, cited as Revue, serve as basic references in this article. They should be consulted for bibliography and an overview of the period under discussion.
French Renaissance Manuscripts Figure Ib. Recto of figure la. 35 36 Orth Figure 2a. Saint Paul. Illuminated by the Master of the Getty Epistles. From Epistles of Saint Paul. Circa 1528-1530. Vellum. ). Malibu, J. Paul Getty Museum Ms. 64, fols. 7v, 8. French Renaissance Manuscripts Figure 2b. Recto of figure 2a. 37 38 Orth Figure 3a. Rest on the Flight into Egypt. Illuminated by the Master of the Getty Epistles. From Hours of Anne of Austria. Circa 1528—1530. Vellum. ). Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale Ms.
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