Master of Latin 757

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The Master of Latin 757 (fl c. 1380–1395) is the name given to a Lombard painter of illuminated manuscripts whose work is very poorly known. Three manuscripts, all in the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris, were first ascribed to him by Pietro Toesca; these include a combined Book of Hours and Missal, one called Lancelot du lac, and several folios of a handbook on health, the Tacuinum sanitatis. A number of other works have since been grouped with these; only the Book of Hours/Missal, however, appears to have been completed in a single, homogeneous style.

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