For Marliese Scheller to think of the Middle Ages is to think of France, of a period “rich” in art and architecture. She feels that illuminated manuscripts and codices, where every expression is rendered with a certain sobriety by monks and/or lay artists, give a glimpse of the spirit of the age of the cathedrals.
The twelve months
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She adapts the technique of illuminated manuscripts and has made a number of secular works, in her case illustrated images without text, on parchment and vellum.