A French psalter, 1205
Today I've been looking at a very special Psalter at the Getty Museum. This illuminated manuscript was created in 1205, in France, by an anonymous artist known as the "Master of the Ingeborg Psalter." The Getty site reproduces only 9 folios (sides) of the psalter, but these images certainly make up in quality anything they lack in quantity.
There are two main routes for acquainting yourself with the nine folios. One is to "page through the book," by beginning with the first plate, working one's way on through to the middle plates, and continuing on until the last one.
My preferred method, however, is to simply work my way down (or skip about, if I wish) a list of the available folios, with their contents, as follows --
The "New Hermitage" is part of the famed museum complex of St. Petersburg, Russia. At the Hermitage website, you can see five views of the New Hermitage's exterior, and 12 views, plus 8 more of the interior.
The interiors, especially, are really worthwhile. Here are two of my particular favorites --
The artist is Martin Lewis, a highly-regarded drypoint artist who specialized in scenes of New York life during the 1920s and 1930s. The NGA site presents these two additional prints, also in drypoint, by Lewis --