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The miniaturist of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries constantly relieved his groups of figures upon a diapered ground.
There are also borders and other illuminations, which are probably the work of yet a fifth miniaturist.
He was brought up, as his father had been before him and as his son was after him, as a miniaturist.
Here scribe, illuminator, and miniaturist are all at their best, whether one and the same or different persons.
In the early days Fra Angelico must have been a miniaturist.
FRA ANGELICOJAMES MASON
Mrs. Mary Green was no relation to her contemporary, Robert Green, also a miniaturist.
A pupil of Einsle, a miniaturist, and later of Langer, in Munich.
It followed that, when they attempted subjects on a really large scale, the faults of the miniaturist clung about them.
RENAISSANCE IN ITALY VOL. 3JOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS
Pupil of an aunt, who was a miniaturist, and later of Chaplin.
The work of the miniaturist and the scribe grew more and more delicate and exquisite in form, colour, and invention.

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