A storehouse of information
Look for interesting facts in our fully digitised magazines. Read More
charles eyck looking through a window
Correspondence between penpals and pictures taken by the Limburg painter himself. Read More
Myths, legends and fairy tales
From dark worlds of the occult to twisted fairy tales. Discover some of the finest works of art ever created for children’s literature. Read More
On the fabric of the human body
An original piece of scholarship and a work of beauty by the man who virtually invented human anatomy: Andreas Vesalius Read More
Peter Debye closeup
Scientific reports, journals and own publications of “The Master of the Molecule”, who solved several cold cases in physics. Read More
Picturing Europe
Travel guides that defined the ‘tourist gaze’: images of European cities and regions. Read More
Pierre Kemp
One of the most fascinating loners in twentieth-century Dutch poetry. Letters, graphic work and a unique handwritten ’book of friends’. Read More
prize binding cover
Jesuits used pedagogical means and distributed these bindings to promote competition among their students. Read More
With our secular and religious song books. Read More
Study of the soul
Check out our illustrations from interesting, important, and peculiar psychology related books. Read More
Things related to nature
Browse through extremely rare books related to Physics. Read More
Tot Maestricht
400 years of book printing in the city of Maastricht. Read More