Miniature showing Antonia in her widowhood, spinning at her wheel while female attendants card and twist. Initial and border design. Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375
Willem Vrelant, St. George and the Dragon, early 1460s (Flemish). Tempera colors, gold leaf, and ink on parchment. MS Ludwig IX 8, fol. 47. Getty Museum, Los Angeles
Israhel van Meckene,m(1440 - 1503). What a hennin looked like on normal people, perhaps.
Rayne's Feast Survey: Main Page. Planning a medieval feast that people will want to eat.
Maciejowski Bible (Morgan Picture Bible) as early as 1266
Illustration of a Tanner, Peter - From the House Books of the Nuremberg Twelve Brothers Foundation, records of a charitable foundation started in the city of Nuremberg in 1388. The foundation would take 12 poor and needy people and provide them with training in a trade. Starting around 1425 their books would contain one-page illustration of the people they had helped, usually giving their name and what profession they were in. - Nuremburg, Germany - c. 1425-1450
Book of Hours, MS M.632 fol. 69r - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum