Jeroen Luyckx (PhD Candidate at Illuminare – KU Leuven) has published a catalogue of all prints produced and published by the Liefrinck dynasty.
On the occasion of the finalization of the restoration of the monumental paintings of the Roman Hall of the Bladelin Court in Bruges, a richly illustrated book is published by Peeters.
You can now read all about the ‘digital fingerprint of Pieter Breugel’ as explained by Professor Lieve Watteeuw on the KU Leuven Stories website.
Barbara Baert discusses the Mantuan fresco’s key position in the iconographic Nachleben of the Kairos/Occasio figure, and the way the theme was accustomed in the Quattrocento and the transition from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.
The proceedings of the conference Imaging Utopia: New Perspectives on Northern Renaissance Art are published! In this book, several leading experts in the field of art history reflect on the theme Imaging Utopia in diverse and inventive ways.
Lecture: “Petrifying Gazes: Danaë and the Uncanny Space in the Painting by Jan Gossaert (1478-1532)”
On 24 June Barbara Baert will present a paper entitled “Petrifying Gazes: Danaë and the Uncanny Space in the Painting by Jan Gossaert (1478-1532)”.
On Thursday 29 April Paul Vandenbroeck will present a paper entitled “ENCOUNTERS (‘Rencontres’) 2017. Un événement-expérience-exposition (?) transculturel” at the Rites et Musées study day organised by Musée universitaire de Louvain and UCLouvain.
On Tuesday 13 April Jeroen Luyckx will present a paper on Cornelis I (d. 1528) and Willem Liefrinck (d. c. 1536–46), the brothers who laid the foundation for what would grow to be a dynasty of printmakers.
We are very happy and honoured to announce that Prof. Dr. Matt Kavaler from the University of Toronto has become an Honorary Fellow of Illuminare.
We have the sad duty to inform you of the sudden death of Paul Peeters, Managing Director of Peeters Publishers, with whom Illuminare regularly collaborated.