Fleur de Lys-shaped Book of Hours, 18 x 8 cm. Likely created in Paris circa 1553. Contains eleven lobe-shaped miniatures. Sold by Christie's on June 6, 2006 for $28,000. Only one other manuscript of this format from the same period has been recorded (in Leon Gruel's "Manuel historique et bibliographique de L'amateur de reliures," 1905, II, pp.9-11, pl.G), and that particular work was made for Diane de Poitiers and Henry II.
Mural realizado por el artista urbano David Walker ubicado en Lorraine, Francia.
Leon Rosby found not guilty of dissuading witness following shooting of his dog
Posted March 10, 2015 According to a March 9 report by Daily Breeze, a California man has been found not guilty of dissuading a witness following the shooting of his dog. Leon Rosby, the owner of a Rottweiler named Max who was shot by Hawthorne Police June 30, 2013, was found not guilty Monday in a jury trial. Rosby had been charged with dissuading a witness, and jurors deadlocked in his favor over whether his playing loud music at a special teams operation interfered with police duties.