Henri Rousseau - The Equatorial Jungle, 1909
The Liber Floridus (”Book of Flowers”) is an encyclopedia compiled in the early twelfth century by Lambert, canon of the Church of Our Lady in St Omer. The Ghent University Library possesses the autograph of this work, i.e. the actual copy scribed by the author himself.
Illustrated autographs of twelfth-century encyclopedias are so rare that this manuscript is now protected by the Flemish Community’s Decree on the acquisition and protection of rare or exceptional movable patrimony.(http://www.liberfloridus.be/wat_eng.html)
Yasuzō Nojima: children sketching the peony (1942)
Sôka ryakuga shiki
- Japanese, Edo period, 1813 (Bunka 10)
- Artist Kitao Masayoshi (Kuwagata Keisai), Japanese, 1764–1824
Philip-Lorca diCorcia, from storybook life, 2003
One month to go - hope to see you all at the private view on October 4th!