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A knight for the ages : Jacques de Lalaing and the art of chivalry / Elizabeth Morrison, editor ; with contributions by Wim Blockmans, Rosalind Brown-Grant, Tobias Capwell, Alexandra Kaczenski, Anne-Marie Legaré, Margaret Scott, Zrinka Stahuljak, Hanno Wijsman.

Contributor(s): Morrison, Elizabeth, 1968- [editor.] | J. Paul Getty Museum [issuing body.].
Publisher: London : Yale University, 2018Description: xi, 180 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 30 cm.ISBN: 9781606065754.Subject(s): Jacques de Lalaing, 1423-1453 -- Romances -- Illustrations | J. Paul Getty Museum. Manuscript. 114 -- Illustrations | J. Paul Getty Museum | Livre des faits de Jacques de Lalaing -- Illustrations | Chivalry -- Early works to 1800 | Chivalry in art -- Early works to 1800 | Tournaments, Medieval, in art | Illumination of books and manuscripts, Flemish -- 16th century | Illumination of books and manuscripts, Renaissance -- Flanders | Illumination of books and manuscripts -- California -- Los Angeles | Burgundy (France) -- History -- House of Valois, 1363-1477 | Netherlands -- History -- House of Burgundy, 1384-1477DDC classification: 759.4
Partial contents:
Introduction / Elizabeth Morrison, with Timeline by Alexandra Kaczenski -- Plot summary for the Book of the deeds of Jacques de Lalaing / Zrinka Stahuljak -- Plates with translations / Zrinka Stahuljak -- Jacques de Lalaing: the vitality of the chivalric ideal in the Burgundian Netherlands / Wim Blockmans -- Jacques de Lalaing and chivalric biography / Rosalind Brown-Grant -- The long middle ages of Jacques de Lalaing: medieval genres and the writing of history / Zrinka Stahuljak -- Creating the ideal knight through illumination: the artists of the Getty Lalaing / Elizabeth Morrison -- The visual tradition of the Book of the deeds of Jacques de Lalaing / Hanno Wijsman -- Clad in crimson and gold: dress in the Book of the Deeds of Jacques de Lalaing / Margaret Scott -- Armor, weapons, and combat in Getty Ms. 114 / Tobias Capwell -- A family text: the Book of the Deeds of Jacques de Lalaing / Anne-Marie Legare -- Description of the manuscript -- Genealogy of the Lalaing family.
Summary: "An in-depth introduction to the sixteenth-century illuminated manuscript Livre des faits de Jacques de Lalaing, with eight multidisciplinary essays by medievalist scholars, a timeline, a genealogy, a map of Lalaing's travels in Europe as a knight errant, and more than eighty illustrations"--Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Elizabeth Morrison, with Timeline by Alexandra Kaczenski -- Plot summary for the Book of the deeds of Jacques de Lalaing / Zrinka Stahuljak -- Plates with translations / Zrinka Stahuljak -- Jacques de Lalaing: the vitality of the chivalric ideal in the Burgundian Netherlands / Wim Blockmans -- Jacques de Lalaing and chivalric biography / Rosalind Brown-Grant -- The long middle ages of Jacques de Lalaing: medieval genres and the writing of history / Zrinka Stahuljak -- Creating the ideal knight through illumination: the artists of the Getty Lalaing / Elizabeth Morrison -- The visual tradition of the Book of the deeds of Jacques de Lalaing / Hanno Wijsman -- Clad in crimson and gold: dress in the Book of the Deeds of Jacques de Lalaing / Margaret Scott -- Armor, weapons, and combat in Getty Ms. 114 / Tobias Capwell -- A family text: the Book of the Deeds of Jacques de Lalaing / Anne-Marie Legare -- Description of the manuscript -- Genealogy of the Lalaing family.

"An in-depth introduction to the sixteenth-century illuminated manuscript Livre des faits de Jacques de Lalaing, with eight multidisciplinary essays by medievalist scholars, a timeline, a genealogy, a map of Lalaing's travels in Europe as a knight errant, and more than eighty illustrations"--Provided by publisher.

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