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A Still Life Of Flowers Rachel Ruysch The progression was: First I thought of a Dutch master, then I wondered about Dutch renaissance painters, which led me to Hieronymus Bosch, but his work is too dense and doesn't really...
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The Hieronymus Bosch debate

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The Museum of Fine Arts Ghent has two works in the collection that are attributed to the master painter Hieronymus Bosch. It has been suggested by some that one of these, namely Christ Carrying the Cross, is not by the artist?s hand...

Saint Louis Art Museum exhibition tells the story of Hieronymus Bosch's afterlife in print

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The Saint Louis Art Museum is presenting Beyond Bosch: The Afterlife of a Renaissance Master in Print, an exhibition exploring the significant role that prints inspired by Hieronymus Bosch played in establishing the Netherlandish ma...

Bosch paintings draw record crowds, 500 years on

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An unprecedented exhibition of bizarre and nightmarish works by Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch has drawn record crowds, organisers said Monday, half a millennium after they were painted. "Hieronymus Bosch -- Visions of Genius" wrappe...

Hieronymus Bosch, Touched by the Devil: Movie has US theatrical premiere at Film Forum

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Film Forum will present Pieter van Huystee?s new documentary, Hieronymus Bosch, Touched by the Devil, for its US theatrical premiere on Wednesday, July 27. This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Dutch master painter?s death. W...

Dutch mediaeval master Hieronymus Bosch paintings 'likely imitations' say scientists

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Two famous paintings thought to be works of mediaeval Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch are likely to have been imitations painted around the same time, Dutch media reported on Saturday. The works "Christ Carrying the Cross" (around 151...


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