Other mounted prints include masterpieces from the 12th to 19th century by Spanish painters Francisco Goya, Diego Velasquez and Bartolome Esteban Murillo; the Italians Titian, Sandro Botticelli and Caravaggio; the Flemings Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck and Hieronymus
Bosch; the German master Albrecht Drer; and the Dutch master Rembrandt.
Bosch's triptych "The Garden of Earthly Delights" fits well in the universe of Valentino, given that the fashion house's feminine confections could be described in the same way.
Propuesta unica del fotografo de origen ruso Alexei Vassiliev en la Biblioteca Lerdo de Tejada, a partir del jueves 20 el publico podra encontrarse con Hieronymus
, muestra cuyas tomas, basadas en las pinturas de El Bosco (1450-1516), se permean con las de nuestra "tragica" actualidad.
Highlights of The Prado Masterpieces include gatefolds featuring several of the museum's brilliant multipanel works by Hieronymus
Bosch, its extraordinary Titians, and--the heart of the museum--its unparalleled collections of work by Velazquez and Goya.
Later, Mokbel visited the Orthodox Patriarchate Headquarters in Athens and met with his Beatitude Archbishop Hieronymus
II, Archbishop of Athens and All Greece.
Engraved by such masters as Philips Galle, Hendrick Goltzius, Boetius a Bolswert, and Jan, Hieronymus
, and Antoon Wierix, among others, these prints served to mobilize the votary's sensitive and intellective faculties, harnessing them to the task of restoring the soul's likeness to Christ the Word made flesh.
Referencing an ancient medical practice, immortalized in a painting by Hieronymus
Bosch, Alejandra Pizarnik's collection of poems explores themes of depression, childhood, death, and the border between language and silence.
In the popular imagination, Hieronymus
Bosch is a marginal figure whose art is full of nightmarish visions.
At that moment steps up the glorious war hero and military leader, the handsome Hieronymus
With lush, gorgeous packaging, this Britannica Educational series wraps its arms around the most influential era in history* Readers will find many names familiar, and perhaps finally realize why they occasionally run across the legacies of philosopher Rene Descartes or painter Hieronymus
Finding the Oranges of Hieronymus
Bosch and Henry Miller.
Bosch's enigmatic triptych is the basis for this BBC Radio 3 commission, premiered during Saturday's afternoon Prom by the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, and broadcast live.