This tumblr aspires to become a helpful resource for history (and mainly fashion history) research and focuses primarily on illuminations from medieval and renaissance manuscripts. Note: I am not a professional fashion historian. If you spot any inconsistency or outright fallacy somewhere in the picture descriptions please feel free (or even better, obliged) to let me know!
Grimani Breviary (1490-1510)
Grimini Breviary, The Month of January. Illumination on parchment The codex is an illuminated manuscript of the Ghent-Bruges school of bo...
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BNF français 32 Ab urbe condita folio 18v Paris 1375-1400 British-library royal 20 C VII Chroniques de France ou de St Denis folio 194 Paris 1380-1400 Brit. Li
Baptism of Merlin Francais 91, fol. 7 Bibliotheque Nationale de France
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Jeux de princes, jeux de vilains
Anichino séduit Béatrice Boccace, Decameron. Septième journée, septième nouvelle (récit de Filomena) Flandres, 1432. Parchemin, 395 F, 40,2 x 28,5 cm Provenance: comte d'Argenson BnF, Arsenal, ms. 5070 Rés., f. 260 vº