Harvard University, "HOLLIS+" (Not Printed)
Antiphonary, Dominican use
MS Typ 1002
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The text is written in a large gothic rotunda hand, with music on a red 4-line staff.
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The illumination has been ascribed to the Master of the Dominican Effigies, working in Florence: see Palladino.
The initial letter "G" is historiated, showing a female saint in a Dominican habit, crowned, apparently Bd. Elizabeth of Hungary (d. 1320). This is drawn in tempera with gold leaf.
De Ricci, 1708 (D.18)
W. P. Stoneman in Of current interest (Houghton Library 2006), no. 21
P. Palladino, Treasures of a lost art: Italian manuscript painting of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (Metropolitan Museum of Art 2003), no. 23