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Four hundred little people frolic au naturel with overgrown songbirds and raspberries; a pudgy blue demon serenades a fashionable young couple with a tune piped through his own elongated nose; a knife-wielding set of disembodied ears stalks the damned through hell. The phantasmagoric imagery of Hieronymus Bosch (d. 1516) has been the source of widespread interest ever sinc

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    Leonard Gaya

    Mar 01, 2017

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    A hefty and rather thorough volume on Hieronymus Bosch, probably one of the most fascinating and famous painter in the history of the arts. His Garden of Earthly Delights has been reproduced countless times on posters and T-shirts, probably even more than Mickey Mouse. However, the meaning of these fantastical images might well elude us today. This book, by Larry Silver, a revered professor of Northern Renaissance art at the University of Pennsylvania, provides a straightforward yet detailed a

    Bosh’s paintings take their roots in the illuminations of medieval books of hours, especially the hellish pictures in the Visio Tnugdali, and in the early 15th century altarpieces by artists such as Rogier van der Weyden and Hans Memling.

    L. Silver goes over most of Bosh’s great paintings with a fine-tooth comb, covering a vast theological programme -I’ll only mention a couple of great triptychs here:

    1) Humanity’s fall, sinful condition and probable eternal punishment are depicted in feverish details in masterpieces such as the Haywain and the Garden of Earthly Delights:

    2) The Adoration of the Magi covers Christ’s infancy, while Christ Carrying the Cross shows the passion of the saviour of humanity, smothered in a crowd of grotesque faces:

    3) The St. Anthony and a few other holy figures show man’s struggle against sin, chiefly lust and greed:

    4) Finally, the Last Jugement displays the horrors that await humanity, led astray by an army of demons:

    These eschatological visions and all the nightmarish bestiary invented by Bosch have had, as demonstrated in this book, a strong influence on Netherlandish painters of the 16th century, chiefly Pieter Brueghel the Elder, in such masterpieces as the Fall of the Rebel Angels (Silver has also published a thick book on Pieter Bruegel):

    His influence could even be traced further to contemporary art, say onto Picasso or Francis Bacon. But I’d add that Bosch’s paintings, redolent of Dante’s Divine Comedy, might also have been a significant influence on literary works such as Milton’s Paradise Lost, Swedenborg’s Heaven and Hell, Flaubert’s Temptation of St. Antony and romanticism in general, and even in some way on Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings.
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    Julie Davis

    May 26, 2012

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    Part of my book-a-licious birthday gifts. Who knew that watching In Bruges was going to kick off an interest in Hieronymous Bosch that would lead to this gigantic book being one of the prize gifts I received? I tore open the paper and saw half of the back cover … squealed “Hieronymous Bosch!” like a Twilight fan seeing Edward Cullen saunter by twinkling in the sunlight. This is a big brute of an art book but well worth it so far as Silver delves into Bosch’s paintings and provides me with much

    FINAL

    I loved this book. I must have, because I read the whole darned thing. Am I any smarter? Probably not. But I know a lot more paintings that I love and it really came in handy when we watched The Mill and The Cross last weekend because the Breugel painting was right there to look at while we watched. Highly recommended.
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    Cecily Erker

    Dec 05, 2009

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    We had this book in the home library when I was a little kid. It was apparently my dad’s book; my mom wouldn’t let me look at it. A couple of years ago I opened it and looked at all his paintings and I understood why. Hieronymus Bosch was one sick fuck! He was truly the original Surrealist, and he’s better than Salvador Dali any day. He basically was very religious and expressed complex medieval theological ideas in his paintings but he got to draw pictures of hell with whatever images popped in

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