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Hieronymus Bosch - Christ Carrying The Cross Phone Case

Hieronymus Bosch - Christ Carrying The Cross Phone Case

Hieronymus Bosch - Christ Carrying The Cross Phone Case – Muse Phone Cases

Hieronymus Bosch - The Garden Of Earthly Delights Phone Case – Muse Phone Cases

Hieronymus Bosch - The Garden Of Earthly Delights Phone Case

Painted circa 1515 by Hieronymus Bosch, "The Garden Of Earthly Delights" is a masterpiece that can now be available on your phone. Each image has been retouched

Shrug Guy Pin

Shrug Guy Pin

x x Silver plated brass pin with hard enamel Black rubber pin clutch

Hieronymus Bosch - The Last Judgment Phone Case – Muse Phone Cases

Hieronymus Bosch - The Last Judgment Phone Case

Painted circa 1482 by Hieronymus Bosch, "The Last Judgment" is a masterpiece that can now be available on your phone. Each image has been retouched and color corrected so that you can experience this

Hieronymus Bosch - The Garden Of Earthly Delights Phone Case – Muse Phone Cases

Hieronymus Bosch - The Garden Of Earthly Delights Phone Case

Painted circa 1515 by Hieronymus Bosch, "The Garden Of Earthly Delights" is a masterpiece that can now be available on your phone. Each image has been retouched

Hieronymus Bosch - Christ Carrying The Cross Phone Case – Muse Phone Cases

Hieronymus Bosch - Christ Carrying The Cross Phone Case

Painted circa 1516 by Hieronymus Bosch, "Christ Carrying The Cross" is a masterpiece that can now be available on your phone. Each image has been retouched and

Flemish Gothic artist Hieronymus Bosch’s (1450 – 1516) brilliant nightmarish work graphically explores and exposes the human mind’s darkest fears. Unlike other artists of that period who portrayed serenity and reality, Bosch’s paintings are filled with chilling symbolism and frightening imagery. With masterful use of color and detail, Bosch’s haunting works, collected by King Phillip II of Spain, foreshadowed Surrealism, and still impact artists today.

Triptych: the Temptation of St. Anthony

Flemish Gothic artist Hieronymus Bosch’s (1450 – 1516) brilliant nightmarish work graphically explores and exposes the human mind’s darkest fears. Unlike other artists of that period who portrayed serenity and reality, Bosch’s paintings are filled with chilling symbolism and frightening imagery. With masterful use of color and detail, Bosch’s haunting works, collected by King Phillip II of Spain, foreshadowed Surrealism, and still impact artists today.

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