The Belles Heures of the Duc de Berry was written and illuminated c. 1410. I've posted here before about the Metropolitan Museum's exhibition not too many years ago.
This page displays thumbnails of all of the pages at the Metropolitan Museum's special exhibition site. It doesn't include every leaf of the original but is still a sumptuous selection.
As it happens, I have inexpensive prints of the Annunciation and the St. Michael the Archangel pages, culled from a calendar printed in connection with the exhibition. They've been sitting around waiting to be framed for several years. Yesterday I finally took them to the local artist's shop to have proper mats cut. That's what brought them to mind this morning and gave rise to this post. Happy end-of-summer to all!
I came across this painting entirely by accident, and I'm so glad that it happened. It is owned by the Birmingham Museum of Art. As you can see, it has the Madonna and Child with Angels and Saints, c. 1380, by Tommaso del Mazza. There are two female saints, namely Catherine and Lucy; and four male saints, i.e., Peter, James, Anthony Abbot and Paul.