Walters 265 Decorator
Baltimore, Walters Art Museum, MS 265: Book of Hours
Paris, Bibl. Nat., fr. 172-173: St. Augustine, La Cité de Dieu. Manuscript was given to Jean de Berry by Pierre Salmon ca. 1407.
Paris, Bibl. Nat., nouv. acq. lat. 3107 (St. Maur Hours), folio 77:
Brussels, Bibl. Royale, ms. 11140: Livre du trésor amoureux:
Paris, Bibl. Nat., fr. 926: Saint Bonaventura, L'aiguillon d'amour divin. Marie de Berry received the manuscript from her confessor Simon de Courcy. Statement on the verso of the first folio states that Courcy commissioned the manuscript and it was finished on May, 1406.
Peterborough, Museum and Art Gallery: Book of Hours, formerly in the Sibthorp and Chester Beatty Collections. Miniatures associated with Boucicaut Style, especially Nouv. acq. lat. 3107. Bibliography: Meiss, Boucicaut Master, pp. 134-135.
New York, The Cloisters, Belles Heures: this decorator was probably responsible for one gathering in the Belles Heures: the first gathering of the Office of the Passion, 17 (123-130):
The table on the linked page shows the frequent repitition of many of the same decorative motifs in the elaborate staffs attributed to this decorator.