Hieronymus Bosch painted surrealistic horror visions. For the 500th anniversary of his death, a spectacular exhibition in 's-Hertogenbosch, Holland, pays homage to his highly imaginative, very disturbing work.
Painter Hieronymus Bosch died 500 years ago in August, 1516. For an entire year, the painter’s home town 's-Hertogenbosch will be transformed into a stage for Bosch's surreal world spanning heaven and hell.
The grotesque, apocalyptic works of Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch have fascinated art lovers for more than 500 years. August 9 marks half a millennium since his death, and Madrid's Prado Museum is showcasing his work.
Heretic? Caricaturist? Whatever he was, Hieronymus Bosch was definitely a great artist. Five hundred years after his death, the apocalyptic work of the Dutch Renaissance master is on display at Madrid's Prado Museum.
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