By: Brunton Yapp
208 pages, 48 col & 60 b/w plates
The first book to describe, discuss and illustrate the portrayal of birds in medieval manuscripts. It draws on a multitude of sources, from 700 AD to Renaissance times, and looks at bird illustration from an ornithological as well as art history perspective.
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