Vespers: Job on the Dungheap // Illuminated around 1500 by the artist Jean Poyer // The Hours of Henry VIII receives its name from the possible but unproven 18th-century tradition that holds King Henry of England once owned this splendid manuscript // Hours of Henry VIII, Fol. 127v / In Latin Illuminated by Jean Poyer France, Tours ca. 1500 // #Job #Bible #faith #OldTestament

MS H.8, fols. 22v–23r

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Jean Fouquet ca. 1420 – Job and his False Comforters illumination — Museum Musée Condé, Chantilly Jean Fouquet biography This work is linked to Job



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