Woodblock prints include a horned Moses accepting the tablets of the 10 Commandments and Elijah and the Chariot of Fire
A leaf from from the Horae Beatissimae Virginis Marie printed in Venice by Lucantonio Giunta.
Verso: Text printed on paper firstly in black and then red, woodcuts printed in black. Heading in red: Officium. Three woodcuts illustrating parables from the Bible including a horned Moses on Mount Sinai accepting the tablets of the Ten Commandments from God. Woodcut borders include grotesque birds, putti and foliate designs.
Recto: As Verso with another three woodcut illustrations of parables including Elijah and the Chariot of Fire and different woodcut borders. Heading in red mortuorum. Paginated 155.
Printer: Lucantonio Giunta, Venice.
Condition: This leaf is in fine condition with sharp images of the woodcuts and clear text. Archivally mounted and unconditionally guaranteed genuine.
Size: Leaf: approx. 155x105 mm. Please note that shipping is invoiced separately.
Item No: PSA 191