Online Resources through Les Enluminures

Les Enluminures, a gallery specializing in medieval illuminated manuscripts with locations in NYC, Chicago, and Paris, provides several digital resources for specialists, collectors, and the public alike to learn about medieval manuscripts. Here is a list of some of their online offerings:   Podcasts Begun in 2019, here you can listen to untold stories ofContinue reading “Online Resources through Les Enluminures”

Exhibition & Catalogue: Four Remarkable Manuscripts from The Middle Ages (Les Enluminures, NYC, Paris)

Les Enluminures will present a special exhibition and catalogue at Les Enluminures New York from October 17 to 23, 2018. It consists of four books that are remarkable survivals of what people read in the Middle Ages – the finest of medieval Bibles (the greatest text of Western civilization), one of the oldest Books ofContinue reading “Exhibition & Catalogue: Four Remarkable Manuscripts from The Middle Ages (Les Enluminures, NYC, Paris)”

EXHIBITION: COLLECTING MEDIEVAL MASTERS NOW

SPRING EXHIBITION: COLLECTING MEDIEVAL MASTERS NOW April 29 through June 10, 2017 Opening: MADISON AVENUE GALLERY WALK Saturday, April 29, 2017 The works presented here – manuscripts, miniatures, drawings, and rings – offer a meaningful counterpoint to more recent artistic productions and celebrate the legacy of thoughtful collecting from generations past and present. Highlights of theContinue reading “EXHIBITION: COLLECTING MEDIEVAL MASTERS NOW”

Forthcoming Exhibition: Sacred Song: Chanting the Bible in the Middle Ages and Renaissance

Sacred Song: Chanting the Bible in the Middle Ages and Renaissance January 24 to February 21, 2014, Les Enluminures, New York Beginning January 24, Sacred Song: Chant in the Middle Ages and Renaissance on view at Les Enluminures Gallery NY explores the history and mystery of Gregorian chant. The exhibition features over 30 extraordinary examples of these early music manuscriptsContinue reading “Forthcoming Exhibition: Sacred Song: Chanting the Bible in the Middle Ages and Renaissance”