|Detail from a portrait of Giulio Clovio by El Greco dating from about 1571-72. |
Clovio points to his most famous work, the Farnese Book of Hours.
|Giulio Clovio Self-portrait, ca. 1565|
|Bird illustrations from the Farnese Book of Hours, 1536-45, Giulio Clovio|
|An illustrated manuscript from the 11th-|
or early 12th-centuries suggesting the
evolution of such art from its early
|A page, The Conversion of St. |
Paul, possibly by Clovio, from
Grimani's ca. 1520 Soane Manuscript.
|Colonnal Missal, 1512,|
Giulio Clovio, one of his
earliest confirmed works.
|The Corpus Christie Procession, Rome, 1546, Giulio Clovio from the Farnese Hours.|
|A page from the Farnese Hours|
depicting the Cardinal Farnese
in prayer along the left margin.
|The Adoration of the Shepherds (left) and The Fall of Man (right), |
1546, Farnese Hours, Giulio Clovio.
|Speedbump by Dave Coverly, 2010|