Rule of the Confraternity of Our Lady of Creaçon

15th century.

Burgos Cathedral.

Precious codex on very fine vellum and preserved in Burgos Cathedral.

This condex stands out for its splendid miniatures. The artist is a consummate colourist and both the composition and the backgrounds denote Flemish technique and a rare luminosity, characteristic of the best books of hours.

Humanistic bookplate lettering.

The rule of 1494 must have had a certain educational purpose.

Its reform was approved by Bishop Luis de Acuña, whose portrait and coat of arms stand out in the ornamentation.

Page size 216 x 307 mm. Leather binding with old-style fastenings and fittings.

The facsimile comes with a volume of studies by Maria Jesús González Pérez, Nicolás López Martínez, Rafael Pampliega Pampliega, Esther Pardiñas de Juana, Tamara Pérez San Miguel, César de Porres Fernández, Joaquín Yarza Luaces, and Manuel Zabalza Duque.

Print run limited to 898 copies with notarial certificate.

National Prize 2002. Best books published in 2001. Ministry of Culture. Modality: facsimile books.

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