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  1. Hieronymous Bosch By: William Quigley and John Shahadi

  2. Biography • Its believed that Bosch was born in 1450 in what is now the Netherlands, and lived till 1516. • His paintings are known for the concentration on Medieval Symbols. • Bosch’s life is known very little of even his training • His birth name was Jheronimus van Aken • Nothingwas known about his personality or his ideas for the meaning of his art • It is assumed that either his father or his uncle trained him how to paint since most of his family were artists

  3. The Ship of Fools • Was painted in 1490-1500 in Musse du Louvre, Paris • It is painted with oil on wood • This is a image of mankind voyaging on a ship in the sea and each person is representing a fool and how they live their lives

  4. Haywain • Haywain was painted from 1500-1502in Madrid, Spain • The painting is a triptych that is painted with oil • This shows the journey from Eden to Hell and details the sins of humans

  5. The Conjuror • Made in 1475-1505 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France • Painted with oil on wood • This describes how the conjuror is distracting the people with his hand while his assistant steals an onlookers purse which shows suffering and inhuman

  6. The Last Judgment • This triptych was made after 1482 in Vienna, Austria • This was made with oil on wood • In this part of the triptych Jesus is judging the souls for their sins while he is surrounded by the Saints

  7. Garden of Earthly Delights

  8. Garden of Earthly Delights Cont. • This is one of Bosch’s most famous triptych that was created in 1503-1504 in Madrid that was painted with oil on oak • This shows the Garden of Eden • It shows a creation of life

  9. Why is Bosch important to the Renaissance? How is Bosch unique? • Bosch is important to the Renaissance because he did a lot of religious paintings and had a lot of symbolism in them • He was unique on how he explored the human character and did triptych’s plus he only signed 7 of his paintings • They also were about sins and punishments

  10. Sources • http://www.hieronymus-bosch.org/biography.html • http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/bosch/haywain/ • http://cargocollective.com/bosch/The-Last-Judgement • http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/bosch/fools/