Jenny Stratford

Pays :Grande-Bretagne
Langue :anglais
Note :
Historienne d'art médièval
ISNI :ISNI 0000 0000 8122 4276

Ses activités

Auteur du texte4 documents

  • The Bedford inventories

    the worldly goods of John, duke of Bedford, regent of France (1389-1435)

    Description matérielle : XXI-486 p.-[1] f. de pl-LXVIII p. de pl.
    Description : Note : Bibliogr. p. 431-456. Index
    Édition : London : The Society of Antiquaries of London , 1993

  • Catalogue of the Jackson collection of manuscript fragments in the Royal LIbrary, Windsor Castle

    with a memoir of Canon J.E. Jackson and a list of his works

    Description matérielle : XIII-106 p. d'ill.
    Description : Note : Notes bibliogr. Index
    Édition : London ; New-York : Academic press , 1981
    Éditeur scientifique : Windsor castle. Royal library

  • Richard II and the English royal treasure

    Description matérielle : 1 vol. (xii, 470 p., 40 p. de pl.)
    Description : Note : Inclus notes, appendice documentaire, références bibliogr., index
    Édition : Woodbridge : Boydell press , 2012

  • Das Sobieski-Stundenbuch

    [fac similé et commentaire du manuscrit conservé à Windsor Castle]

    Description matérielle : 2 vol. (234 fol. , 351 p.)
    Description : Note : Full-color facsimile of the Sobieski hours, a book of hours for the use of Paris planned in the workshop of the Bedford Master, Paris. The manuscript was illuminated in three workshops between approximately 1430 and 1440, and includes miniatures by Bedford Master, the Fastolf Master, and the Master of the Munich Golden Legend. Formerly owned by John III Sobieski, King of Poland, the manuscript is currently preserved in the Royal Library, Windsor Castle (inventory number RCIN 1142248)
    Commentary by Jenny Stratford, with an introduction by Jane Roberts, and a foreword by HRH The Prince of Wales
    Edition of 680 copies numbered with Arabic numerals; an additional 60 copies, numbered in Roman numerals, are reserved for archival purposes
    The facsimile is bound in red velvet, with two decorative gold medallions, eight decorative gold corner-pieces and two gold clasps. The medallions bear the crowned initials JRP (Johannes rex Poloniae), the monogram of John, King of Poland
    Issued in a plexiglass case (32 x 24 x 14 cm)
    Title from colophon of facsimile
    Bibliographical references
    Édition : Luzern : Quaternio Verlag , 2016
    Préfacier : Jane Roberts


Éditeur scientifique4 documents

  • Das Bedford Stundenbuch

    [MS. Add 18850, the British Library, London]

    Description matérielle : 3 vol. (289 f., 243 p., 54 p.)
    Description : Note : Full-color facsimile of the Bedford hours, a book of hours following the use of Paris, written and illuminated in Paris in several stages between ca. 1410-1415 and ca. 1430. Its illuminations are partly the work of the Bedford Master, with contributions from other workshops. Ms. was commissioned for an unknown patron (possibly Louis de Guyenne, dauphin de France, d. 1415), later coming into the possession of John of Lancaster and Anne of Burgundy, Duke and Duchess of Bedford. Original manuscript currently preserved in the British Library as ms. Add. 18850
    Title from colophon of facsimile v
    Ed. of 980 copies numbered in Arabic numerals, with another 80 copies reserved for archival purposes and assigned Roman numerals
    Facsimile and accompanying commentary issued in a plexiglass case (30 x 23 x 13 cm.)
    Accompanying commentary has title: Das Stundenbuch des Herzogs von Bedford : MS Add. 18850, The British Library, London : Kommentar zur Faksimile-Ausgabe / Eberhard König ; mit einem Beitrag von Jenny Stratford
    Spine title of commentary volume: Das Bedford Stundenbuch
    Commentary Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-245)
    Fac-similé en latin, 2 prières en français, Commentaire en allemand, en français. Bibliogr. p. 243-245.
    Édition : Luzern : Faksimile Verlag , cop. 2006
    Éditeur scientifique : Eberhard König

  • Church and learning in later medieval society

    essays in honour of R. B. Dobson, proceedings of the 1999 Harlaxton Symposium

    Description matérielle : XII-398 p.-pl.
    Édition : Donington : Shaun Tyas , 2002
    Auteur du texte : Harlaxton symposium (1999)
    Éditeur scientifique : Caroline M. Barron

  • The lancastrian court

    proceedings of the 2001 Harlaxton Symposium

    Description matérielle : 271 p.65 p. de pl.
    Édition : Donington : Shaun Tyas , 2003
    Autre : Harlaxton symposium (2001 ; Grantham, GB)

  • Medieval art, architecture and archaeology at Rouen

    Description matérielle : 116 p.-[32] p. de pl.
    Édition : Leeds : W. S. Maney , 1993


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  • Medieval art, architecture and archaeology at Rouen / ed. by Jenny Stratford, 1993

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