The Masters of Zweder van Culemborg is a name used to refer to a group of illuminators who were active in Utrecht between circa 1415 and 1440. It is derived from a missal that they illuminated for a fifteenth-century bishop-elect of Utrecht, Zweder van Culemborg. Miranda Bloem is the first scholar to produce a monograph on this group of anonymous artists and their workshop practices.
M. Bloem: De Meesterts van Zweder van Culemborg. De werkplaatspraktijken van een groep Noord-Nederlandse verluchters, ca. 1415-1440.
Prof. C.A. Chavannes-Mazel
Prof. J.H. Marrow (Princeton University)
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