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Exhibition book - Flemish illuminated manuscripts

Curator Scot McKendrick has written a book to accompany this exhibition. It is one of many titles about medieval and Renaissance illuminated manuscripts that can be ordered online from the British Library shop.

Flemish Illuminated ManuscriptsFlemish Illuminated Manuscripts
Author: McKendrick, Scot

This book contains 140 reproductions, selected and introduced by one of the British Library's expert curators. It offers an unparalleled opportunity to see a wide range of examples from these manuscripts, many of which have never been reproduced before.

ISBN: 0712348050; 160 pages, 140 colour illustrations, 190 x 150mm, paperback

Price: £9.95

Dr Scot McKendrick is Head of Medieval and Earlier Manuscripts at the British Library.

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