DIEGO BOYAN - NOBILITY EXECUTORIA - VALLADOLID 1576

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    SOBRECARTA DE CARTA EXECUTORIA DE HIDALGUIA A PEDIMENTI DE RODRIGO BAYON Y FRANCISCO BAYON HERMANOS VECINOS DEL LUGAR DE LA SECA. VALLADOLID, 1576

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    Subject: Manuscript from the second half of the 16th century. Executory of Nobility - Diego Boyan.

    Year: 1576, Valladolid.

    Physical description: Folio (32 x 22 cm). 74 vellum sheet; the verso of the first and the back of the second with meticulous miniaturized drawings and borders. Miniature with portrait of Philip II on the verso of sheet 73. Preserves part of the silk cord.

    Calligraphy: Gothic.

    Decoration: Ghent Bruges with traces of Italian-style ornamentation, partly due to the other figuration of contemporary interest to the peninsula. However, is predominant the combination of Ghent Brujas borders and trompe-l'oeil that decorates the first two pages.

    Miniatures: Gold (gold leaf) lapislazuli, white lead vermilion, yellow, purple, malachite green and incarnate for faces.

    Particular devotions to God the Father and the Virgin with child represented in the scenes of families benefiting from the judgment with mentions of pater familias Francisco, Antonio and Rodrigo.

    There are metaphorical allusions throughout the decoration, for example "Green Hope" emeralds meaning that they always had hope and certainty that they would emerge victorious from the litigation, as well as the Roman-style cameo with the text "Veritas vincit" the truth conquers.

    Castle arms and lion on the lower shield that do not refer to the kingdom, but to the family and its relationship with it.

    The IHS also appears, in all probability, due to the family relationship with the Jesuit order.

    Rare full-page bordered portrait with the text "Veritas Magna Et Fortior pre omnibus" ("Great is the truth and stronger than all things"), a quote from the Old Testament. Philip II appears enthroned with Royal handwriting and golden fleece. Undoubtedly a unique page for this type of documents.

    Conservation: Good condition. Unbound.

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    Product type
    Manuscript
    Author
    Year
    1567
    Place
    Valladolid
    Condition
    Good condition
    Binding
    Unbound
    Artistic technique
    manuscript