Facsimile Challenge

Facsimile Challenge

Instagram and Facebook Facsimile Challenge: #facsimilechallenge

According to the motto “Facsimile Challenge” we start our photo challenge together with our partner publishing house, the Faksimile Verlag. The best photos are regularly published here on our website.

Participation is easy:

  1. Upload the photos to Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #facsimilechallenge.
  2. Tag additionally
    • in Instagram @faksimile_verlag and @verlag_mueller_und_schindler
    • in Facebook @ Verlag.Mueller.und.Schindler and @FaksimileVerlag

Alternatively, you can also send us your pictures by email !

You find the conditions of participation here.

Diana from “Christine de Pizan – 100 Images of Wisdom” (fol. 26r; Epistre Othea)

Astronomer with his writer and a computist from “The Royal Psalter of Sainte-Chapelle” (fol. 1v)

Angels singing TE DEUM LAUDAMUS from “Hours of Catherine of Cleves“ (fol. 11)

Second Seal opened revealing the Second Horseman from “The Berry-Apocalypse (fol. 11v; Rev. 6,3)

Minerva from “Christine de Pizan – 100 Images of Wisdom” (fol. 16v; Epistre Othea)

Emilia, who rekindles the fire with her veil from “Franz von Retz: The Book of Wonders” (fol. 25; Defensorium Inviolatae Virginitatis Beatae Mariae)

The first two days of Creation from “The Oxford Bible pictures” (fol. 1r; Genesis 1:1-8)

Third Seal opened revealing the Third Horseman from “The Berry-Apocalypse (fol. 12v; Rev. 6,5)

Page from “The Royal Psalter of Sainte-Chapelle” (fol. 40)

Tucia carries water in a strainer from “Franz von Retz: The Book of Wonders” (fol. 15; Defensorium Inviolatae Virginitatis Beatae Mariae)

Dragon and Antichrist worshiped from “The Berry-Apocalypse (fol. 42v; Rev. 13,3)

The woman clothed with the sun and the moon under her feet from “The Berry-Apocalypse (fol. 65v; Rev. 17,1)

Saint Barbara from „Hours of the Flemish Masters“ (fol. 191v)

Christ clasps a sword in his mouth from “The Berry-Apocalypse (fol. 4v; Rev. 1,12-16)

States of society – a craftsman’s family by “Jean Bourdichon”

Chi Rho monogram from “Book of Kells” (fol. 34r)

Portrait of Ezra from “Codex Amiatinus” (fol. 5r)