The images analyzed in this book, written by Ivan Gérat, give each viewer the possibility to interact with Saint Elizabeth’s unique spiritual way, which was nurtured by various sources, including moments of spontaneous inspiration.
Published: “The Weeping Rock. Revisiting Niobe through ‘Paragone’, ‘Pathosformel’ and Petrification”
This newly published book on Niobe’s transformation into a weeping rock is written by Barbara Baert.
In this book dr. Annemie Leemans investigates the practical knowledge flux in early modern Europe, with a specific interest in art technological knowledge, which frequently appears in all-purpose recipe books.
This book, written by Laura Tack, intends to map the agency of Gertrud Bing, in a way that Bing herself would have probably preferred. According to Bing, the ideal biography ought to merge the personal with the intellectual, since, what one experiences as a human being will also find its way into the academic oeuvre one leaves behind.
This beautifully illustrated volume explores fourty-five remarkable books representing the immense variety and richness of the collections in the Maurits Sabbe Library.
In this new book, Barbara Baert enters into a dialogue with academics, artists and artlovers on their favourite works of art.
An article about our project Digital Corpus of Flemish Retables appeared in the Flemish-Dutch cultural magazine ons erfdeel / de lage landen, written by Hannah De Moor.
Out now: the new book “Enclosed Gardens of Mechelen. Late Medieval Paradise Gardens Revealed”, edited by Lieve Watteeuw and Hannah Iterbeke.
Netherlandish Art and Luxury Goods in Renaissance Spain, a fascinating collection of essays that explores the diverse ways in which Netherlandish art permeated the artistic landscape of Spain from the fifteenth to the early seventeenth centuries, is now available at Harvey Miller Publishers.
This volume of essays aims to give an overview of the current state of the research and the new perspectives it offers. Under the joint leadership of the Manuscripts Department of Illuminare, the Study Centre for Medieval Art at the University of Leuven, the Royal Library of Belgium and the Royal Institute for cultural Heritage this publication collects a series of studies that reflect the richness and artistic interactions in this unique period.