Speculum Humanae Salvationis

A work made of manuscript with 111 folios and many drawings in pen and brown and red inks, a few with tempera, and some traced in graphite, with other decorations and latin inscriptions in anglicana formata in brownish black and red ink, ruled in red, on vellum, bound in oak boards with worn sheepskin covers, missing chain and clasps from upper cover.
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  • A work made of manuscript with 111 folios and many drawings in pen and brown and red inks, a few with tempera, and some traced in graphite, with other decorations and latin inscriptions in anglicana formata in brownish black and red ink, ruled in red, on vellum, bound in oak boards with worn sheepskin covers, missing chain and clasps from upper cover.

Date:

1382/1406

Artist:

English
from the Abbey of Great Missenden

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Title

Speculum Humanae Salvationis

Origin

England

Date

1382–1406

Medium

Manuscript with 111 folios and many drawings in pen and brown and red inks, a few with tempera, and some traced in graphite, with other decorations and Latin inscriptions in Anglicana formata in brownish black and red ink, ruled in red, on vellum, bound in oak boards with worn sheepskin covers, missing chain and clasps from upper cover

Dimensions

260 × 185 mm

Credit Line

Black Fund Income

Reference Number

1923.420

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