Opaque watercolor, gold leaf with punching, mordant gilding with touches of ruled graphite on pieced parchment
30.7 × 28.2 cm (12 1/8 × 11 1/8 in.)
Gift of Sandra Hindman
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Ursula Timann, “Es muss nicht immer Dürer sein. Neues zur Nürnberger Buchmalerei um 1500,” in G. Ulrich Grossman (ed.), Buchmalerei der Dürerzeit. Dürer und die Mathematik. Neues aus der Dürerforschung. Nürnberg, 2009 (Dürer-Forschungen 2), p. 81-101, also p. 91 and plate 10.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “The Medieval World at our Fingertips: Manuscript Illuminations from the Collection of Sandra Hindman”, January 23 - May 28, 2018.
New York, The Morgan Libary and Museum, “Imperial Splendor: The Art of the Book in the Holy Roman Empire”, October 14, 2021 - January 23, 2022.
Johannes Stantenat, abbot of Salem Abbey (1471–1494). Sold by Hargesheimer, Düsseldorf, Mar. 21, 2015, lot 36, to Sandra Hindman; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2017.
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