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Painiting and text from the book The Carthusian Miscellany late fifteenth century

A monk kneels before the Man of Sorrows and a heart labelled ‘contemplacion’ from which the virtues of monastic life grow, England, late fifteenth century. ‘The Carthusian Miscellany’, MS Add. 37049, f.62v