Bryan C. Keene's research while affiliated with The J. Paul Getty Trust and other places

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The Musée Antoine Vivenel in Compiègne, France, recently published the discovery of three miniatures from the Laudario of Sant’Agnese, one of the most ambitious fourteenth-century illuminated manuscripts. The Getty Museum assembled the majority of the known surviving leaves and cuttings in 2012 and 2013, but the Compiègne illuminations were not kno...

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... The manuscript chosen for this work was the Laudario of Sant'Agnese (c. 1340), one of only three surviving illuminated books of this type (a laudario is a collection of hymns of praise), and which has individual illuminations (described as paintings throughout this paper for clarity) by at least two artists, which are now dispersed in several collections around the world [40][41][42]. The paintings used to build the training set (Additional file 1: Figure S1) include: These paintings from the Laudario have been studied in great detail to determine the pigments and paint mixtures used as well as the artists' working methods. ...