10th Art History Seminar - December 3 2009


Fifty years ago an exhibition that would have a major impact on the historiography of manuscript illumination from the Burgundian Netherlands took place in Brussels. Curated by the influential Belgian expert Léon Delaissé, La miniature flamande presented his fundamental ideas on the illuminated manuscript. These would become the subject of numerous discussions and place the study of illuminated manuscripts at the forefront of fifteenth-century art historical research.

Conceived as a tribute to this great scholar, the study day organised by KIK-IRPA on December 3 2009 will revisit the issues Delaissé was most concerned with (the codicology and archaeology of the book, the notion of a workshop, ducal patronage, the importance of Books of Hours…), in an attempt to assess the results of half a century of research.

 

Programme

Abstracts

 Eprints: E. Délaissé, Sur les traces de Léon Delaissé

Eprints: C. Van Hoorebeeck, Sous le mécénat actif de Philippe le Bon (...)


Report on Notélé (television news of March 5th 2010)