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Abell, William (d. 1474), manuscript artist, is associated by documentary evidence only with the consolidation charter of Eton College of March 1446, for which he was paid £1 6s. 8d. But a number of other works can be attributed to him on stylistic grounds, including the similarly illuminated charter for ...

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Alexis Master (fl. c. 1120–c. 1140), manuscript artist, was active at St Albans Abbey, and probably at Bury St Edmunds Abbey, in the 1120s and 1130s. The name 'Alexis Master', first coined in German by the art historian Adolph Goldschmidt...

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Shaw, Henry (1800–1873), antiquary and illuminator, was born in London on 4 July 1800; nothing is known of his family or education. A precocious architectural draughtsman, he published details of ornament from English medieval churches in 1823 (A Series of Details of Gothic Architecture...