Celia studied at Somerville College , Oxford University.
From to she lived in Hampstead , London. In she married Elia Goller, with whom she had three children; he died in In , Celia married Leslie Minchin, who died in Her many crime novels and stories helped modernize the sensation novel tradition by introducing criminal and rarely supernatural elements into domestic settings.
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This did not only concern beautiful miniatures and illuminated initials, but also sumptious border decoration. For modern researchers the border decorations have much to say about developments in style and cooperation between artists.
Van Wijk , , has been torn out. The first leaf of the short Hours of the Holy Cross after fol. Unfortunately, the present whereabouts of this leaf — assuming that it has been preserved — is unknown. At 98r a new quire begins, which is written by a different hand. The border decoration also slightly diverges with regard to motifs. This is the part with the prayer to Saint Anthony Abbot.
Saint Anthony of Egypt was among others the patron saint against the plague see Hulshof for an edition of the text. It is likely that this part was added at the same time or shortly after the production of the Book of Hours proper, in the s.
The penwork is not easily to interpret, but points to the late 15th century. Hence it appears to be a later addition.
Now still extant are two historiated initials, of which one is slightly damaged. The Hours of the Virgin opens with a somewhat stained, yet engaging, picture of the birth of Christ, with Mary in her confinement holding the swaddled baby in her arms while Joseph prepares a meal fol.
The beginning of the Hours of the Holy Ghost shows the moment when the Holy Ghost descends on Mary and the twelve disciples in the shape of a dove. Both depictions are contained in a strikingly large, blue initial, which takes up three quarters of the entire written space. These two historiated initials are characteristic of the most important miniaturist working in the Northern Netherlands in the s and s.
Since his identity is unknown, he has to make do with a provisional name: The latter name refers to his extensive contribution to the illumination of an important Missal currently kept at Brixen Bressanone in the Biblioteca del Seminario Maggiore Ms.