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Hieronymus Bosch By Magdalene Winsten
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This book by Magdalene Winsten contains 162 high-quality annotated reproductions of paintings and drawings by Hieronymus Bosch. He was an Early Netherlander painter of the fifteenth and sixteenth... More > centuries. Many of his works depict sin and human moral failings. Bosch used images of demons, half-human animals and machines to evoke fear and confusion to portray the evil of man. His works contain complex, highly original, imaginative, and dense use of symbolic figures and iconography, some of which was obscure even in his own time. The correct number of Bosch's existing artworks has been a topic of substantial dispute. He signed only 7 of his paintings, and there is doubt whether every one the paintings on one occasion ascribed to him were in fact from his hand. In adding up, his technique was very high-ranking, and was extensively imitated by his various followers. Nowadays no more than 25 masterpieces are definitively credited to him.< Less
Pseudonymous Bosch By Lauren Isaak
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Some of the secrets of Pseudonymous Bosch and his book series are revealed in this book. Look inside to discover some of the secrets of the Secret Series books, Pseudonymous Bosch and the characters... More > from the books< Less
Brother Bosch By Gerald Featherstone Knight M.C.
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Gerald Featherston Knight served in the Royal Flying Corps, and was trained as a pilot. In 1916 he was transferred to No.12 Squadron on the Western Front, in France, where he flew B.E.2c aircraft in... More > both the reconnaissance and bombing roles. On 9 November 1916, during an air raid carried out on an ammunition dump at Vraucourt, his aircraft was intercepted and shot down behind enemy lines, where he was captured. He remained a captive in Germany for the next nine months, before escaping from a camp near Hanover and making his way on foot to neutral Holland, from where he was repatriated to England. Gerald Knight wrote and published his memoir, Brother Bosch, in early 1919, detailing his time as a captive and his subsequent adventures upon escaping. He died on 30 October 1919 after a short illness, aged just 25, and was posthumously awarded the Military Cross, for his efforts as a prisoner of war.< Less
Hieronymus Bosch: 103 Paintings By Arron Adams
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Hieronymus Bosch left behind himself no correspondence or diaries, and not anything is identified of his character or his feelings on the significance of his paintings. His birthday has not been... More > determined with confidence. He not at all dated his works and may have signed only few of them. In the past it was habitually supposed that Bosch's paintings was inspired by medieval heresies. In the 20-th century, researchers have come to sight Bosch's vision as fewer unbelievable, and acknowledged that his art reflects the conventional religious faith systems of his time. His images of sinning people, his view of Heaven and Hell are now perceived as consistent with late medieval didactic literature. It is in the main acknowledged that Bosch's art was produced to educate exact moral and spiritual norms, and that his images provide precise worth. Nerveless, some critics notice Bosch as example of medieval surrealist, and parallels are repeatedly made with the modern Spanish artist Salvador Dali.< Less
Essential Hieronymus Bosch By Ann Kannings
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In the primary identified description of Bosch's artworks, in 1560 Felipe de Guevara wrote that Bosch was regarded simply as "the originator of monsters and chimeras". In the beginning... More > 17-th century, the Dutch Karel van Mander explained Bosch's art as "marvelous and extraordinary fantasies"; nevertheless, he finished that the paintings are "frequently less enjoyable than frightening to look at." In the 20-th century, researchers have come to sight Bosch's vision as fewer unbelievable, and acknowledged that his art reflects the conventional religious faith systems of his time. His images of sinning people, his view of Heaven and Hell are now perceived as consistent with those of late medieval didactic literature and habits. Nerveless, some critics notice Bosch as example of medieval surrealist, and parallels are repeatedly made with the modern Spanish artist Salvador Dali. Other scholars try to interpret his images using the words of Freudian psychology.< Less
Hieronymus Bosch: 109 Paintings and Drawings By Maria Tsaneva
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In the primary identified description of Bosch's artworks, in 1560 Felipe de Guevara wrote that Bosch was regarded simply as "the originator of monsters and chimeras". In the beginning... More > 17-th century, the Dutch Karel van Mander explained Bosch's art as "marvelous and extraordinary fantasies"; nevertheless, he finished that the paintings are "frequently less enjoyable than frightening to look at." In the 20-th century, researchers have come to sight Bosch's vision as fewer unbelievable, and acknowledged that his art reflects the conventional religious faith systems of his time. His images of sinning people, his view of Heaven and Hell are now perceived as consistent with those of late medieval didactic literature and habits. Nerveless, some critics notice Bosch as example of medieval surrealist, and parallels are repeatedly made with the modern Spanish artist Salvador Dali. Other scholars try to interpret his images using the words of Freudian psychology.< Less
The Drawings of Hieronymus Bosch: Close Up By Maria Tsaneva
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This title aims to help you see the same way as Hieronymus Bosch has seen, but then to develop your own style. His secrets are not in his words, they are in his works. Look at his drawings, the... More > lines, the light, the shadows, the composition, the contrasts, the details. His drawings tell us what we cannot see but need to know and that should be enough. The goal of this book is to make drawing more accessible and more fun to everyone. There are so many theories about the drawing's techniques but the book will show you how to get close to art of drawing in number of ways. You will quickly learn what is important, how to use set of techniques and you will see examples of drawings in details. If you are more advanced, push yourself to master these ideas and make them to work for you. If you are less advanced, try them and experiment with examples here. You will have successes and failures, and both will help you become a better in the art of drawing.< Less
Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch Study Guide By BookRags.com
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Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch Study Guide consists of approx. 62 pages of summaries and analysis on Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch by Henry Miller.
Brother Bosch: An Airman's Escape from Germany By Gerald Featherstone Knight M.C.
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Gerald Featherston Knight served in the Royal Flying Corps, and was trained as a pilot. In 1916 he was transferred to No.12 Squadron on the Western Front, in France, where he flew B.E.2c aircraft in... More > both the reconnaissance and bombing roles. On 9 November 1916, during an air raid carried out on an ammunition dump at Vraucourt, his aircraft was intercepted and shot down behind enemy lines, where he was captured. He remained a captive in Germany for the next nine months, before escaping from a camp near Hanover and making his way on foot to neutral Holland, from where he was repatriated to England. Gerald Knight wrote and published his memoir, Brother Bosch, in early 1919, detailing his time as a captive and his subsequent adventures upon escaping. He died on 30 October 1919 after a short illness, aged just 25, and was posthumously awarded the Military Cross, for his efforts as a prisoner of war.< Less
Foreigner By Eva Bosch
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'Foreigner' is the intriguing account of a friendship between two young women (one Polish, the other Russian) who are trying to find their feet in the difficult and complex city that is London... More > today. They find themselves having to deal as best they can with all kinds of problems, not least, the class differences between both themselves – they come from very different backgrounds - and their English boyfriends,one of whom is a lumpen lad from Liverpool and the other the wealthy son of a public-school educated father. The story is anything but static, moving from London to Algeria, Russia and France, and dealing with themes ranging from sexual abuse, the police murder of a Muslim and racism in general, to the evils of the British educational system.< Less