This book focuses on the works and legacy of Jean Pucelle, a French 14th-century artist.
Roger S. Wieck, Introduction
PART 1: WORKS OF JEAN PUCELLE
Joan A. Holladay, Jean Pucelle and His Patrons, Marc Gil, Jean Pucelle and the Parisian Seal-Engravers and Goldsmiths, Barbara D. Boehm, Perfect Penmanship: Pucelle’s Creativity in the Margins of the Hours of Jeanne d’Évreux, Anna D. Russakoff, Collaborative Illumination: Jean Pucelle and the Visual Program of Gautier de Coinci’s Les Miracles de Nostre Dame (Paris, BnF, nouv. acq. fr. 24541), Pascale Charron, Color, Grisaille and Pictorial Techniques in Works by Jean Pucelle
PART 2: LEGACY OF JEAN PUCELLE
Mie Kuroiwa, Working with Jean Pucelle and His Successors: The Case of the Saint Louis Master (Mahiet?), Marguerite A. Keane, Collaboration in the Hours of Jeanne de Navarre, Domenic Leo, The Pucellian School and the Rise of Naturalism: Style as Royal Signifier?, Kyunghee Pyun, Pucellian Influence in Illuminated Liturgical Manuscripts
Bibliography, List of Illustrations, Index of Manuscripts, Index