Hieronymus Bosch

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Noun1.Hieronymus Bosch - Dutch painter (1450-1516)
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Someone, maybe Hieronymous Bosch, breaks the aquarium of love.
While most of the studies look to England, there is one essay on Ireland, and two continental discussions looking at works by Michelangelo and Hieronymous Bosch (though these latter two sit somewhat uneasily within the general frame of the collection, which is not to criticise Suzanne Verderber's skilled discussion of Bosch's difficult iconography).
With stylistic references to the tortured visions of the 15th-century Dutch painter Hieronymous Bosch, Bodo has produced works like The River of Delight.
The illustrations contain references to Hieronymous Bosch and other nightmarish art experiences, but the slow transforming of Joe's anxiety and doubt is the central experience of "What If.
10 In art, Hieronymous Bosch painted The Garden of Earthly what?
Black Friday in Cardiff is a more terrifying evocation of Doomsday than anything Hieronymous Bosch ever painted.
At the time of writing, Satterwhite has written and performed scores for Clifford Owens's much discussed "Anthology" (2011) at MoMA PS1, completed a residence at Headlands Center for Arts, and is preparing to open a group exhibition at DC Moore as well as a two-person show at Monya Rowe elaborately entitled Jacolby Satterwhite & Devin Troy Strother at the Hieronymous Bosch & Beyonce Giselle Knowles Carter Foundation.
The busy compositions all present 'Christ chasing the moneylenders from the temple' and reuse popular iconography influenced by the famous painters Hieronymous Bosch (1450-1516) and Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1526/30-1569).
His linear approach to the visual corpus of Pilatian imagery centers on the quest to understand how and why the figure of Pilate changed through the centuries, commencing with the middle of the fourth century and concluding as late as the sixteenth century with an outlying image by Hieronymous Bosch, although the study focuses on the period before 1500.
The mood at the screening was celebratory, capped by an appearance by the ubiquitous Taylor Mead, whom a person seated near me described as "a wondrous imp right out of Hieronymous Bosch.
Hieronymous Bosch and Magritte also provided some ideas.
Braun acknowledges few influences but he speaks freely of Hieronymous Bosch as a seminal influence on his artistic vision.