The peer-reviewed series Corpus of Illuminated Manuscripts, published by Peeters, was founded by Illuminare in 1984. It welcomes monographs, edited volumes, proceedings and collection catalogues that deal with the history of medieval illuminated manuscripts in all its different facets.

 

1: B. Cardon, R. Lievens and M. Smeyers, Typological Scenes from the Life of Jesus. A Manuscript from the Gold Scrolls Group (Bruges, ca. 1440) in the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, Ms. Morgan 649. An Edition of the Text, a Reproduction of the Manuscript and a Study of the Miniatures (1985)

2: J.H. Oliver, Gothic Manuscript Illumination in the Diocese of Liège (ca. 1250 – ca. 1330), volume 1 (1988)

3: J.H. Oliver, Gothic Manuscript Illumination in the Diocese of Liège (ca. 1250 – ca. 1330), volume 2 (1988)

4: L. Depuydt and D. A. Loggie, Catalogue of Coptic Manuscripts in the Pierpont Morgan Library (1993)

5: L. Depuydt, Catalogue of Coptic Manuscripts in the Pierpont Morgan Library (1993)

6: M. Smeyers, Vlaamse miniaturen voor Van Eyck. Tentoonstellingscatalogus (1993)

7: G. Sed-Rajna and S. Fellous, Les manuscrits hébreux enluminés des bibliothèques de France (1994)

8: M. Smeyers and B. Cardon (eds.) Flanders in a European Perspective. Manuscript Illumination around 1400 in Flanders and Abroad. Proceedings of the International Colloquium, Leuven, 7-10 September 1993 (1995)

9: B. Cardon, Manuscripts of the Speculum Humanae Salvationis in the Southern Netherlands (ca. 1410 – ca. 1470). A Contribution to the Study of the 15th Century Book Illumination and of the Function and Meaning of Historical Symbolism (1996)

10: D. Vanwijnsberghe, De fin or et d’azur. les commanditaires de livres et le métier de l’enluminure à Tournai à la fin du Moyen Âge (XIVe-XVe siècles) (2001)

11: B. Cardon, J. Van der Stock and D. Vanwijnsberghe, “Als Ich Can”: liber amicorum in memory of Professor Dr. Maurits Smeyers, volume 1 (2002)

12: B. Cardon, J. Van der Stock and D. Vanwijnsberghe, “Als Ich Can”: liber amicorum in memory of Professor Dr. Maurits Smeyers, volume 2 (2002)

13: N. Serikoff, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Christian Arabic Manuscripts Preserved in the St Petersburg Branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, volume 1(2010)

14: N. Serikoff, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Christian Arabic Manuscripts Preserved in the St Petersburg Branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, volume 2 (2010)

15: Brigitte Dekeyzer and Jan Van der Stock (eds.), Manuscripts in Transition: Recycling Manuscripts, Texts and Images (2005)

16: James H. Marrow, Pictorial Invention in Netherlandish Manuscript Illumination of the Late Middle Ages: The Play of Illusion and Meaning (2005)

17: Dominique Vanwijnsberghe, “Moult bons et notables”. L’enluminure tournaisienne à l’époque de Robert Campin (1380-1430) (2007)

18: Lieve Watteeuw and Jan Van der Stock, The Anjou Bible. A Royal Manuscript Revealed. Naples 1340 (2010)

19: Lieve Watteeuw, The Touch of Chronos. Caring for the Medieval Manuscript 1731-1937 (to be published)

20: Lieve Watteeuw and Catherine Reynolds, Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts of the Museum Plantin-Moretus, Antwerp (2013)

21: Jeffrey F. Hamburger, Script as Image (2014)

22: Lieve Watteeuw, Jan Van der Stock, Bernard Bousmanne and Dominique Vanwijnsberghe (eds.), New Perspectives on Flemish Illumination, Papers presented at the Colloquium held in Brussels, Royal Library of Belgium, November 16-18, 2011 (2018)