Leuchtendes Mittelalter, Neue Folge III, Vom Heiligen Ludwig zum Sonnenkönig: 34 Werke der Französischen Buchmalerei aus Gotik, Renaissance und Barock, beschrieben von Eberhard König mit Beiträgen von Gabriele Bartz und Heribert Tenschert, Ramsen Antiquariat Heribert Tenschert 2000, S. 62.
Manuscript in Latin and French in gold, blue, red and black on vellum, in Textura.
- Paris, c. 1408-10: Boucicaut Master and Mazarine-Master; Pseudo-Jacquemart and a follower of the Master of the Breviary of John the Fearless.
- It is a rare and happy occasion, not yet witnessed in this century that we can offer in this catalogue two hitherto unknown complete Books of Hours illuminated in the style of the Boucicaut Master who was the most influential Parisian illuminator at the beginning of the 15th century. In this splendid book he may have worked together with his stylistic twin the Mazarine Master. They collaborated with Pseudo-Jacquemart, an artist of an older generation whose work is found in famous books of the duke of Berry. The replacement of one miniature results in the appearance of still one more interesting style, betraying a follower of the Master who illuminated the Breviary of John the Fearless.