It has been suggested that Chronica Hungarorum be merged into this article or section. Discuss Proposed since February It represents the international artistic style of the royal courts in the court of Louis I of Hungary. The illuminated decoration of the manuscript was performed in the Kingdom of Hungary before and it provides knowledge of Hungarian life, historical traditions, and legends.
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It represents the international artistic st y le of the royal courts in the court of Louis I of Hungary. The first page of the Chronicon Pictum The illuminated decoration of the manuscript was performed in the Kingdom of Hungary before and it provides knowledge of Hungarian life, historical traditions, and legends. Depicted history The pictures of the chronicle are great source of information on medieval Hungarian cultural history, costume , and court life in the 14th century.
Many miniature s seen inside this chronicle are painted with gold. The artistic value of the miniatures are quite high, if we compare similar miniatures from Western Europe from the same time. The characters are drawn with detail and with knowledge of anatomy. Even the eyeballs are painted, which can only be checked through microscope.
The miniatures make use of symbol ism, i. The text of Latin is without error and is representing a high quality. For unknown reasons, the chronicle was stored in Vienna , Austria, where it was found in the 19th centur y; this is wh y it is also referred as "Vienna Illuminated Chronicle". Chronicon Pictum.
Category:Miniatures in Chronicon Pictum