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Illumination, an observable property and effect of light, may also refer to
- Lighting, the use of light sources
- Illumination (image), the use of light and shadow in art
- Illuminated manuscript, the artistic decoration of hand-written texts
- Global illumination, algorithms used in 3D computer graphics
Spirituality and religion
- Divine illumination, the process of human thought needs to be aided by divine grace.
- Illuminationism, c.q. Illuminationist philosophy, a doctrine according to which the process of human thought needs to be aided by divine grace
- Light (theology), Illumination in theological terms, is spiritual information or wisdom, as transmitted through spiritual means such as through divine presence
- Illumination!, 1964 album by the Elvin Jones/Jimmy Garrison Sextet
- Illumination (Walter Davis, Jr. album), 1977 album by American jazz pianist Walter Davis, Jr.
- Illumination (The Pastels album), 1997 album by the Scottish band The Pastels
- Illumination (Paul Weller album), 2002 album by English singer Paul Weller
- Illumination (Earth, Wind & Fire album), 2005 album by American R&B group Earth, Wind & Fire
- Illumination (Robert Rich album), 2007
- Illumination (Tristania album), 2007 album by Norwegian gothic metal band Tristania
- Illumination (Miami Horror album), 2010 album by Australian group Miami Horror
- "Illumination", a song by Gogol Bordello from their 2005 album Gypsy Punks: Underdog World Strike
- "Illumination", a song by Lindsey Buckingham from his 2011 album Seeds We Sow
- "Illumination", a 2012 album by Jennifer Thomas (pianist)
- Illumination (animation company), an animated film production company owned by Universal Studios
- Illumination Pictures, an American-based independent film company
- The Illumination, a 1973 film directed by Krzysztof Zanussi
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