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20 Sep 2007
Jean-Luc Deuffic

Le livre d’heures revisité ~ The Book of Hours Re-examined

Colloque international
International Colloquium

Samedi 22 septembre 2007/ Saturday, September 22, 2007
Ecole du Louvre, Palais du Louvre,
Porte Jaujard,
Amphithéâtre Dürer
75001 Paris

Dans le cadre de l’exposition Peindre la piété: le livre d’heures [Lien] présentée par la librairie Les Eluminures est organisé un colloque international, dont voici le programme:
9:00 Coffee, Registration (pre-registration required)
Morning session Chair and Welcoming Remarks: Sandra Hindman
9:30 Session I Fleurons de l’histoire des livres d’heures / Some Famous Books of Hours Reconsidered
Roger S. Wieck, Pierpont Morgan Library, New York “The Hours of Catherine of Cleves: The Manuscript that Changed the World”
Eberhard König, Freie Universität Berlin “Twins in Attribution: The Case of the Grandes Heures de Rohan–A New Fashion or a Means to Better Understanding?”
10:30 Session II Paris capitale du livre / Paris Center of Book Production
Marie-Françoise Damongeot, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris “La circulation des modèles iconographiques: l’exemple d’un livre d’heures parisien (BNF N.a.l. 3115)”
Thierry Claerr, Direction du livre et de la lecture, Paris “L’édition d’Heures du 21 avril 1505, une oeuvre charnière dans la production de Thielman Kerver?”
Richard Rouse, University of California, Los Angeles “The Post-Mortem Inventory of a Parisian Sixteenth-Century Illuminator”
12:15 Lunch Break AFTERNOON SESSION Chair: Ariane Bergeron-Foote 1:15 Session I Questions autour des ateliers de livres d’heures / Workshops and the Study of Books of Hours
Marc Gil, Université Charles-de-Gaulle-Lille 3 “Picardie-Hainaut: quelques remarques sur certains livres d’heures produits au temps de Marmion et de ses successeurs immédiats”
Saskia van Bergen, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague “The Moerdrecht Masters and the Use of Stamps in Bruges Book Production”
Klara Broekhuijsen, University of Amsterdam “Decoration Programmes in Books of Hours by the Masters of the Dark Eyes”
2:45 Session II Les enlumineurs : études de cas / Some Individual Illuminators: Case Studies
Thierry Delcourt, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris “Un livre d’heures à l’usage de Troyes enluminé par Jean Colombe”
Anne Margreet W. As-Vijvers, Independent Scholar, The Netherlands “Manuscript Production in a Carmelite Convent: Cornelia von Wulfskercke and The Rokeghem Hours”
Mara Hofmann, The National Gallery, London “Matteo de Milano and The Hours of Dionora of Urbino (London, British Library, Yates Thompson 7)”
4:15 Synthèse et table ronde /Conclusion and round table
James Marrow, Princeton University and Stella Panayotova, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
6:00 Cocktail-visite de l’exposition Peindre la piété: Le livre d’heures
Cocktail and visit of the exhibition Picturing Piety: The Book of Hours

LES ENLUMINURES
Le Louvre des Antiquaires
2 Place du Palais-Royal
75001 Paris
Tel. 33 1 42 60 15 58
Fax 33 1 41 15 00 25
info@lesenluminures.com
http://www.lesenluminures.com/
http://www.textmanuscripts.com/

Illustration: Heures de Jacques de Bréguille, Belgium, Brussels?, c. 1440-1450.
Site Textmanuscripts.com [En ligne]

13 Sep 2007
Jean-Luc Deuffic

The Treasured Hunt: Collecting Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts, Past, Present, and Future

On November 2, 2007, the University of Pennsylvania and the Free Library of Philadelphia will present the following all-day symposium:
The Treasured Hunt: Collecting Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts, Past, Present, and Future
This symposium explores the motivations behind the collecting of manuscript books through case studies of historic collectors presented by scholars and by hearing from contemporary collectors themselves in a roundtable discussion. Speakers include:
~ Gifford Combs, Private Collector 
~ Derick Dreher, Director, The Rosenbach Museum & Library: Of Private Collectors and Public Libraries: Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach and John Frederick Lewis [Lien]
~ Consuelo W. Dutschke, Curator of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts, Columbia University [Lien]
~ Richard Linenthal, Antiquarian Bookseller, Bernard Quaritch Ltd
~ William Noel, Curator of Manuscripts and Rare Books, The Walters Art Museum [Lien
~ David Rundle, History Faculty and Corpus Christi College, Oxford University: The Butcher of England and the Renaissance Arts of Book-Collecting
Lawrence J. Schoenberg, Private Collector [Lien]
~ Claire Richter Sherman, Research Associate Emerita, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art : The Manuscript Collection of King Charles V of France: The Personal and the Political 
~ Toshiyuki Takamiya, Private Collector, Keio University [Lien]
~ James Tanis, Director of Libraries and Professor of History Emeritus, Bryn Mawr College: Migrating Manuscripts
~ Christopher de Hamel, Gaylord Donnelley Fellow Librarian, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University:The Manuscript Collection of C. L. Ricketts (1859-1941) [Lien

The symposium will be followed by a reception at the Arthur Ross Gallery in the Fisher Fine Arts Library, featuring the exhibition \”Treasured Pages: Medieval and Renaissance Illuminated Manuscripts from the Collections of the Free Library of Philadelphia\” (on view from October 12, 2007, to January 6, 2008).

Programme [En ligne]
Enregistrement [En ligne]

Sponsored by the Office of the Dean, School of Arts & Sciences of the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Pennsylvania Libraries, the Department of the History of Art of the University of Pennsylvania, and the Rare Book Department of the Free Library of Philadelphia.
FLP: Medieval manuscripts [En ligne]

Illustration: Free Library of Philadelphia, ms Lewis E185. Lewis Psalter. Paris, ca 1225/1250. Détail du f. 3r. Nativité. © Free Library of Philadelphia.

7 Sep 2007
Jean-Luc Deuffic

34e Conférence annuelle de Saint-Louis

The Vatican Film Library at Saint Louis University is pleased to
announce program and registration information for the Thirty-Fourth
Annual Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies, 12–13 October,
2007
, to be held at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri. The
annual conference features papers on medieval and Renaissance manuscript
studies, including such topics as paleography, codicology, illumination,
book production, library history, reading & literacy, textual criticism,
and manuscript cataloguing.
The guest speaker for 2007 will be Professor Nigel Morgan (Corpus
Christi College
, Cambridge) speaking on The Great Canterbury Psalter [Paris BnF Latin 8846] in
a paper entitled:
– Winchester, Canterbury, and Sigena: The Problem of the Last Copy of
the Utrecht Psalter


(c) Paris BnF Fol. 150v. Psaume 84 : Adam et Eve chassés du Paradis Terrestre; l’ Annonciation

Sessions at this year’s conference will feature papers on:
– Gothic English Manuscripts
– Secular English Manuscripts
– Who, Where, and Why: Some Iconographical Issue to
Celebrate Ninety Years of the Index of Christian Art
(Sponsored by the Index of Christian Art)
– Manuscripts and their Makers, before and beyond Paris
(Sponsored by the International Center for Medieval Art)
– Writing the Words in Italy, 10th to15th Century
(Sponsored by the Bibliographical Society of America)
– Finding, Annotating, and Reading Texts on Papyrus
– Italian Sixteenth-Century Illuminated Manuscripts
Program and registration information for the conference are available on
the website of the Vatican Film Library at
http://www.slu.edu/libraries/vfl/events.htm.
Established in 1953, the Vatican Film Library is a research collection
for medieval and Renaissance manuscript studies, holding as its core
collection microfilmed copies of approximately 37,000 manuscripts from
the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana. The library promotes basic research
in the humanities through the study of manuscript sources. For further
information, see http://www.slu.edu/libraries/vfl/index.html.
Contact
Gregory A. Pass
Assistant University Librarian for Special Collections
Librarian, Vatican Film Library – Editor, Manuscripta
Pius XII Memorial Library – Saint Louis University
3650 Lindell Boulevard – St. Louis, Missouri  63108
Tel. (314) 977-3096 / Fax (314) 977-3108
http://www.slu.edu/libraries/vfl
passga@slu.edu

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