Minuta tabula[1] est parva pictura qua manuscriptum illuminatum antiquum vel mediaevale ornabatur, simplicibus primorum codicum imaginibus pigmento minio adumbratis. Parva talium picturarum mediaevalium magnitudo usitata confusionem etymologicam movit cum exiguitate parvis picturis adhibita, praecipue parvulis sigillis,[2] quae autem ex eisdem traditionibus orta technicas rationes saltem ex inculabulis utebatur.

Minuta tabula in Missale Cisterciense ("Wolfgang Missale") in bibliotheca Abbatiae Beatae Mariae Virginis de Runa, ex Austria, anno 1493 picta.
Parva tabula congressus Abrahae et angelorum, in Cotton Genesis, saeculo quinto aut sexto picta.

Praeter traditiones Occidentalem, Byzantinam, et Armenicam[3] invenitur alius traditionum Asianarum grex, picturarum quae etiam eximiae videntur, atque ex ornatu librorum manu scriptorum parvae schedarum singularum picturae etiam factae sunt, ut in albis conderentur, quae etiam minutae tabulae appellantur, contra res Occidentales quae hydrochromate aliisque mediis eaedem valent, inter quae sunt minutae tabulae Persicae et earum progenies Mogolica, Ottomanica, Indica.

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NotaeRecensere

  1. Anglice miniature. John C. Traupman, Latin and English Dictionary, ed. tertia (Novi Eboraci: Bantam Books, 2007), 595.
  2. Formula:EB1911.
  3. Emma Korkhmazian, Gravard Akopian, et Irina Drampian, The Armenian Miniature—Collection of the Matenadaran (Yerevan), Art Edition Aurora (Leningrado: 1984), 7.

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Alexander, Jonathan.1992. Medieval Illuminators and their Methods of Work. Portu Novo: Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-05689-3.
  • Calkins, Robert G. 1983. Illuminated Books of the Middle Ages. Ithacae Novi Eboraci: Cornell University Press.
  • Papadaki-Oekland, Stella. 2009. Byzantine Illuminated Manuscripts of the Book of Job; a preliminary study of the miniature Illustrations, its origin and development. ISBN 2-503-53232-2.
  • Pächt, Otto. 1986. Book Illumination in the Middle Ages. Ex Theodisco conversus. Londinii: Harvey Miller Publishers. Athenis: Astrid-Zoé Økland. [Turnhout]: Brepols. ISBN 9782503532325, ISBN 2503532322.
  • Walther, Ingo F., et Norbert Wolf. 2005. Masterpieces of Illumination. Codices Illustres. Coloniae: Taschen.ISBN 3-8228-4750-X.

Bibliographia additaRecensere

  • Brown, Michelle P. 2007. Manuscripts from the Anglo-Saxon Age. Londinii: British Library. ISBN 9780712306805.
  • Cahn, Walter. 1982. Romanesque Bible Illumination. Ithacae Novi Eboraci: Cornell University Press. ISBN 0801414466.
  • Jones, Peter Murray. 1997. Medieval medicine in illustrated manuscripts / Materia medica, miniature medievali. Londinii: British Library. [Mediolani]; Centro Tibaldi. ISBN 8886924054.
  • Kren, T., et Scot McKendrick, eds, 2003. Illuminating the Renaissance: The Triumph of Flemish Manuscript Painting in Europe. Getty Museum / Royal Academy of Arts. ISBN 1-903973-28-7.
  • McKendrick, Scot, John Lowden, et Kathleen Doyle, eds. 2011. Royal Manuscripts, The Genius of Illumination. Londinii: British Library. ISBN 9780712358156.
  • Nordenfalk, Carl. 1977, Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Painting: Book illumination in the British Isles 600–800. Londinii: Chatto & Windus.; Novi Eboraci: George Braziller.
  • Voronova, et A Sterligov. 2003. Western European Illuminated Manuscripts (in the St Petersberg Public Library). Londinii: Sirocco.
  • Weitzmann, Kurt. 1977. Late Antique and Early Christian Book Illumination. Londinii: Chatto & Windus. Novi Eboraci: George Braziller.
  • Williams, John. 1977. Early Spanish Manuscript Illumination. Londinii: Chatto & Windus. Novi Eboraci: George Braziller.

Pictura PersicaRecensere

  • Canby, Sheila R. 1993. Persian Painting. Londinii: British Museum Press. ISBN 9780714114590.
  • Titley, Norah M. 1983. Persian Miniature Painting, and Its Influence on the Art of Turkey and India. Austinopoli: University of Texas Press. ISBN 0292764847.
  • Welch, Stuart Cary. 1976. Royal Persian Manuscripts. Londinii: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 0500270740.

Renovatio saeculi undevicensimiRecensere

  • Coomans, Thomas, et Jan De Maeyer, eds. 2007. The Revival of Mediaeval Illuminating in the Nineteenth Century. KADOC Artes, 9. Leuven: University Press.
  • Hindman, Sandra, Michael Camille, Nina Rowe, et Rowan Watson. 2001. Manuscript Illumination in the Modern Age : Recovery and Reconstruction. Evanstoniae Illinoesiae: Northwestern University.

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