Leaf from a Gradual: Initial with John the Baptist, Late 1450s by Francesco d'Antonio del Cherico (attributed to)

Leaf from a Gradual: Initial with John the Baptist, Late 1450s

Francesco d'Antonio del Cherico (attributed to)

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Leaf from a Gradual: Initial with John the Baptist, Late 1450s

Francesco d'Antonio del Cherico (attributed to)

Leaf from a Gradual: Initial (D) with John the Baptist, Late 1450s. This leaf comes from a gradual, a choral book containing the mass chants. It features a large decorated letter D introducing the Mass: Deus, in nomine tuo salvum me fac (Save me, O God, by thy name, and judge me in thy strength) from Psalm 53. Francesco d?Antonio del Cherico began his career as a goldsmith in Florence. He eventually changed his occupation to manuscript illuminator where he achieved much success. He was a pupil of Fra Angelico and became famous for being Lorenzo de? Medici?s favorite illuminator. He gained a reputation for his well-executed illustrations in varying types of books ranging from small books of hours to large choir books. His illustrations often featured intricate floral arrangements, as seen here.

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