A fine portrait by a master, which also contains a delightful caricature self-portrait, and an interesting reverse side.
An unusual and original portrait, originally part of an altarpiece. Bosch’s strange plants are starting to play a major role.
An illustrated index to articles covering his works, further reading, and more.
Strikingly original, its details are becoming sinister and idiosyncratic. We also discover why he signed with an owl, and called himself Bosch.
This early work showing a key scene from Christ’s Passion is beautifully composed and rich in relevant detail.
Probably his earliest surviving painting, his originality and genius are already starting to shine through its conventional features.
Did the ancient Etruscans invent the angel, later to be used in Christian paintings?
This is a superb and definitive book, which serves almost every purpose, except portability. It is worth every penny of its high cost.
The pick of the exhibitions and books to help you celebrate Hieronymus Bosch’s 500th anniversary.