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John Harthan, The Book of Hours and their Owners, Londres : Bca Edition, 1977 (réédité en 1978).

Victor Leroquais, Les Livres d’Heures manuscrits de la Bibliothèque Nationale, 2 tomes, Paris : Protat Frères, 1927.

Loveday Lewes Gee, Women, Art and Patronage from Henry III to Edward III, 1216-1377, Woodbridge : The Boydell Press, 2002.

M. M. Manion, « Women, Art and Devotion : Three French Fourthteenth-Century Royal Prayer Books », The Art of the Book. Its Place in Medieval Worship, Margaret Manion, B. J. Muir (éd.), Exester : University of Exeter Press, 1998, pp. 21-51.

James H. Marrow, Pictorial Invention in Netherlandish Manuscript Illumination of the late Middle Ages. The Play of Illusion and Meaning, Corpus of Illuminated Manuscripts, vol. 16, Paris-Leuven : Dudley, MA., 2005.

N. Morgan, « Patrons and devotional images in English Art of international Gothic c. 1350-1450 », Reading Texts and Images. Essays on Medieval and Renaissance Art and Patronage in honour of Margaret Manion, B. J. Muir (éd.), Exeter : University of Exeter Press, 2002, pp. 93-122.

Sandra Penketh, « Women and Books of Hours », Women and the Book. Assessing the Visual Evidence, J.H. Taylor, L. Smith, (éd.), The British Library and Toronto University Press, 1996, pp. 266-280.

Kathryn A. Smith, Art, Identity and Devotion in Fourteenth-century England. Three women and their Books of Hours, The British Library and University of Toronto Press, 2003.

Kathryn A. Smith,, « The Neville Hours and the Design of Literate devotion », The Art Bulletin, vol. 81, nº 1 (Mar., 1999), pp. 72-92.

Roger S. Wieck, Time Sanctified. The Book of Hours in Medieval Art and Life, New York, George Braziller Inc., 1988, réimprimé en 2001.


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