Monday, March 27, 2006

Hyeronimus Bosch


8 Comments:

Blogger Hernán Cañellas said...

¿Qué es lo que aportaron los surrealistas 400 años despues?

1:55 pm  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

Sentido del ridiculo.

2:24 pm  
Blogger A. Riabovitchev said...

I Never get tired to look at hes pictures.

8:16 pm  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

As doctor Johnson said: "Who gets tired of Bosch, gets tired of life"
Wasn't it like that, Limbolo?

10:57 pm  
Blogger Robert said...

I'm surprised he never got burned at the stake for being too original.

5:06 am  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

Little is known about his life but is known that he had a good standing in his society and was a member of several important Brotherhoods.
In 1488 he joined the Brotherhood of Our Lady, an arch conservative religious group of some 40 influential citizens of s'Hertogenbosch.
I think that that explains a lot

1:06 pm  
Blogger Amanda H. said...

I love Hieronymus Bosch. He and Pieter Bruegel the Elder did those cool paintings of all kind of crazy details hidden in them. I kind of wish I had a copy of some of Bosch's paintings that I could see in better detail.

2:43 am  
Anonymous alejandra sanguinetti said...

Amo a el Bosco!! Cuando tenía 5 años, mi padre me dejaba ver su libro de los flamencos, ahí estaba El jardín de las delicias!! Fueron las primeras imágenes de pinturas que vi. Bruegel, Boots, van der Goes, Memling, Van Eyck... me encantaba ese libro... y mi amor fue para siempre!
Hermoso ver "el de la casita", como yo lo llamaba.
Y tus comentarios siempre muy jugosos!1

12:18 am  

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