1328 Simone Martini (Italian painter b. 1284 in Siena , d. in 1344 in Avignon) A fragment of a fresco "Guidoriccio da Fogliano at the siege of Montemassi". [One of the few instances I have showing brush shelters.
Image from La Belles Heures of Jean Duc de Berry: Commentary by Millard Meiss and Elizabeth H. Beatson, published by George Braziller books, The Belles Heures first appears in an inventory note of the Duke de Berry's possessions in
The Hours of Charles of Angoulême was commissioned c. 1485 by the Count of Angoulême, and is undeniably Robinet Testard’s most personal work. Around the same time (c. 1500), in England, the illuminator Jean Poyer finished his masterpiece, The Hours of Henry VIII.