From 13 February – 8 May 2016, Het Noordbrabants Museum presents the Jheronimus Bosch exhibition ‘Visions of a Genius’. An unprecedented festivity displaying his masterpieces. Het Noordbrabants Museum is expecting around twenty paintings, and nineteen drawings by Jheronimus Bosch. This will be the largest Jheronimus Bosch retrospective ever staged in the Netherlands.
All art works originate from notable museums around the globe; for instance, the Haywain (Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid), the Ship of Fools (Louvre, Paris), and the Hermit Saints triptych (Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice).
Jheronimus Bosch (around 1450 – 1516, also known as Jeroen Bosch) is an artist who ranks among the absolute world masters. He is the most important and original medieval artist the Netherlands has ever produced. Jheronimus Bosch’ wondrous work include numerous illusions and hallucinations. In 2016, the majority of his oeuvre will return to ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the city where he was born, where he produced his master pieces, and where he chose his artistic name ‘Bosch’. The exhibition is the highlight of the Bosch 500th year.
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