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Gold edition

Book of Hours of Philip II

Book of Hours of Philip II

Characteristics

Current owner:

© Real Monasterio de El Escorial. Ms Vitrina 2. 16th century.

Language:

Latin.

Illustrations:

45 miniatures illuminated in gold.

Extent:

320 parchment pages.

Format:

30,5 x 21,5 cm.

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The Most Beautiful Manuscript in the World for the Most Powerful of Monarchs

• The richest and most characteristic work created in the scriptorium of the Real Monasterio de El Escorial, where it is conserved.

• The king’s favorite codex.

• It was written and illuminated by the monks Andrés de León, Julián de la Fuente el Saz, and Martín de Palencia, who were inspired by the Mannerist style of Giulio Clovio.

• Giulio Clovio was born in Croatia and died in Italia (1498-1578) and was known to his contemporaries as the Michelangelo of illuminated manuscripts. Among his best known works are the Triumphs of Charles V, the Atlas of Charles V and the Farnese Book of Hours.

• In the creation of the fine facsimile the gold has been applied by hand, thus achieving a reproduction faithful to the original.

• Bound in leather over wooden boards.

• Unique edition of 979 numbered copies with notarized certificate of authenticity.

Customer and expert reviews

José Manuel Lluent

José Manuel Lluent, Experto agregado a la Chambre Européenne des Experts Conseil en Oeuvres d’Art nº92036 - París, y titular nº 2643  de la Organisation Internationale des Experts Genève, certifica el optimo tiraje del facsímil “Liber Missarum et Officiorum de Felipe II. Previo examen del manuscrito en facsímil titulado “Libro de Horas de Felipe II”, este ha sido comparado directamente con el original que se encuentra en la Biblioteca del Monasterio del Escorial. Se ha incidido especialmente en el examen minucioso de la impresión del color y de las tonalidades en oro, y en su similitud con el original. Del examen efectuado se puede concluir que la calidad del facsímil es excelente, según mi leal saber y entender, de acuerdo con los criterios de rigor que definen una edición facsímil. Delegado de la Chambre Européenne des Experts Conseil en Oeuvres d’Art - Paris Presidente de la Asociación Española de Expertos - AREXPER Titulaire de ORDINEX - Genève

José Manuel Lluent

José Manuel Lluent, Sachverständiger der Chambre Européenne des Experts Conseil en Oeuvres d’Art Nr. 92036 – Paris und Mitglied Nr. 2643 der Organisation Internationale des Experts Genève, bestätigt die optimale Druckqualität des Faksimiles “Liber Missarum et Officiorum de Felipe II. Nach eingehender Untersuchung des Faksimilemanusktipts “Libro de Horas de Felipe II” (Stundenbuch Philipps II.), wurde es direkt mit dem Original verglichen, das sich in der Bibliothek des Klosters Escorial befindet. Ganz besonders Interesse wurde dem Druck der Farben und der verschiedenen Goldtöne gewidmet. Er wurde minuziös untersucht und mit dem Original verglichen. Das Ergebnis der durchgeführten Untersuchung ergab, daß es sich um ein Faksimile von hervorragender Qualität handelt. Ich bestätige dies nach bestem Wissen und Gewissen und in Übereinstimmung mit den Genauigkeitskriterien, die an eine Faksimileausgabe gestellt werden. Delegado de la Chambre Européenne des Experts Conseil en Oeuvres d’Art - Paris Presidente de la Asociación Española de Expertos - AREXPER Titulaire de ORDINEX - Genève

José Manuel Lluent

Mr. José Manuel Lluent, an expert appointed to the Chambre Européenne des Experts Conseil en Oeuvres d’Art (European Chamber of Experts on Works of Art) nº92036 – Paris, and title holder nº2643 of the Organisation Internationale des Experts Genève (International Organisation of Experts in Geneva), hereby vouches for the high quality printing of the facsimile entitled “Liber Missarum et Officiorum de Felipe II. Having examined the facsimile manuscript entitled “Felipe II’s Book of Hours”, it was then directly compared with the original in the Library of El Escorial Monastery. Special attention was paid during the detailed examination to the printing of colours and to the shades of gold in comparison to the original. The conclusion of the examination carried out is that, to the best of my knowledge and understanding, the quality of the facsimile is excellent according to the criteria in force that govern facsimile publishing. Delegado de la Chambre Européenne des Experts Conseil en Oeuvres d’Art - Paris Presidente de la Asociación Española de Expertos - AREXPER Titulaire de ORDINEX - Genève