Hieronymus Bosch

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Noun1.Hieronymus Bosch - Dutch painter (1450-1516)
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A Hieronymus Bosch painting re-daubed on the soot-flecked cobble stone streets of Victorian London, this grimfaced police drama has been about as much fun as gettting repeatedly coshed with a rolled up newspaper, one whose front page revealed how your house just blew up, your wife left you and your dog died.
K is assigned to the research team in charge of investigating the mysterious Planet Bosch -- a reference to Hieronymus Bosch, whose painting The Garden of Earthly Delights figures prominently in the novel.
These include works by Cezanne, Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh, Hieronymus Bosch, Rembrandt, Picasso, Tamara de Lempicka, Kandinsky and many other fine works of art from renowned contemporary and master painters.
A 16th-century oil painting mostly kept in storage by a Kansas City museum is by Hieronymus Bosch, researchers say.
Hieronymus Bosch fue el nombre artistico elegido por Jeroen Anthonlssen van Aeken (Hertogenbosh, antiguo Ducado de Brabante --hoy Holanda-1450 ca.
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.
It also so evokes the diabolical designs of painter Jeroen van Aeken--better known by his assumed name, Hieronymus Bosch, after his native city--that there is speculation that Bosch was at very least involved in designing the figures, a cathedral tour guide informed a group of visiting journalists.
In the popular imagination, Hieronymus Bosch is a marginal figure whose art is full of nightmarish visions.
These solemn and illusory works act as metaphors for our materialistic greedy world, echoing the symbolic and spiritually troubled paintings of Hieronymus Bosch.
This new Brad Pitt thriller lacks emotion and structure, but the panoramic scenes of destruction - and zillions of zombies resembling an Hieronymus Bosch version of 'The Ant Hill Mob' - are impressive.