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Book of Hours
Master of Jacques of Luxembourg (French, active about 1460 - 1470)
Flanders (or), Belgium; Northern France, France (Place Created)
Tempera colors, gold leaf, silver leaf, and ink on parchment bound between wood boards covered with red velvet
Ms. Ludwig IX 11 (83.ML.107)
Leaf: 16.4 × 11.4 cm (6 7/16 × 4 1/2 in.)
Jacques de Luxemboug, French, 1426 - 1487
Jacques Rosenthal, German, 1854 - 1937
Raphael Esmerian, French, 1903 - 1976
Hans P. Kraus, Sr., American, born Austria, 1907 - 1988
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