Hieronymus Bosch Between Heaven and Hell
Late-medieval man lived between hope and fear. Heaven was his reward if he was devout, but Hell and all its terrors awaited him if he succumbed to the devil's temptations. In his choice of subject matter Bosch was a child of his times. Although vivid descriptions of the hereafter abounded, Bosch's were different--his rich personal vision and powers of imagination made his work as timeless as the heaven and hell he painted. Here, art historian Chris Will provides insight into Bosch's life and ideas.--From publisher description.
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Between Heaven and Hell
Earthly Temptations and Mortal Sins
Death and the Last Judgement
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