Hieronymus Bosch

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Dutch painter (1450-1516)

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Like Hieronymous Bosch, he is a pessimist who persists in the effort to awaken his fellow humans to their/our collective follies.
Grotesque figures from the paintings of Hieronymous Bosch stalk the walls.
Segun especialistas, aproximadamente hacia 1504-1510 Jeronimo van Aken (1450-1516) o Hieronymous Bosch El Bosco realizo una de las obras maestras mas conocidas de la Edad Media.
The trip to Hell is straight out of Hieronymous Bosch Weisz has little to do apart from looking concerned, frightened or puzzled while Reeves proffers even less emotion.
Knowingly playing his monotone persona to its Clint Eastwood hilt, Keanu Reeves is John Constantine, a Catholic who once briefly died trying to commit suicide and is therefore now condemned to Hell, a place that, with not a little irony, looks like a post-Apocalypse Los Angeles designed by Hieronymous Bosch.
Aided and abetted by the playful geometry of George Tsypin's large-scale sets, Georgi Alexi-Meskhishvili's equally colorful costumes and James Ingalls' theatrical lighting, Serban created a riotous world teeming with fantastic life, like a Hieronymous Bosch painting.
Actors are posited within post-apocalyptic landscapes of poisonously beautiful hues, recalling everything from "Metropolis" to Hieronymous Bosch.
Add to their oratorical brimstone the fiery images from artists--Gustave Dore, Hieronymous Bosch, or Buffy-producer Joss Whedon--and you've got a potent pedagogy.
All we are left with are blurred covers of Time and Newsweek where monstrous figures from Hieronymous Bosch stare out of us, hellfire in their eyes, while The New York Times and its chorus of imitators spin complicated stories about mad Osama and cowardly McVeigh, thus convincing most Americans that only a couple of freaks would ever dare strike at a nation as close to perfection as any human society can come.
Take Viola's inspiration for ``Quintet,'' a circa-1500 painting by Hieronymous Bosch called ``Christ Mocked.
Inspired by the Hieronymous Bosch painting, Removal of the Stone of Folly, it's the story of a doctor in a decidedly dank medieval hospital who is in the process of, er, surgically removing a stone from the skull of an unfortunate patient.
What do Augustine of Hippo (Saint Augustine), Mechtild of Hackeborn, Leonin, Hieronymous Bosch, and Augusta Savage all have in common?
This leads Burke to trace the development of the banquet of sense and to conclude by comparing Celestina to the paintings of Hieronymous Bosch, seeing in both a final glimpse of the dying brilliance of the Middle Ages.
He claims to have had "a nightmare" but Hieronymous Bosch after a night on Edam and Absinthe couldn't have conjured up a more miserable picture.
1] One of the most original, even if contested, is the Millennium of Hieronymous Bosch by Wilhelm Franger (London, Faber & Faber, 1952).