Definition of Hieronymus Bosch
1. Noun. Dutch painter (1450-1516).
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hieronymus Bosch
Literary usage of Hieronymus Bosch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... 'Hieronymus Bosch und Pieter Breugel' (Vienna 1903) ; and 'Von Jan van Eyck bis Hieronymus Bosch' (Strass- burg 1903) ; and Gossart, 'Jerome Bosch' ..."
2. Cyclopedia of Painters and Paintings edited by John Denison Champlin, Charles Callahan Perkins (1887)
"... and of Hieronymus Cock, and greatly influenced by the works of Hieronymus Bosch, whose subjects he imitated ; became master of the guild in Antwerp in ..."
3. The History of Painting from the Fourth to the Early Nineteenth Century by Richard Muther (1907)
"Another Dutchman, Hieronymus Bosch, made himself a name as a visionary. All those grimacing images which were customary in mediaeval decorative art, ..."
4. Treasures of Art in Great Britain: Being an Account of the Chief Collections by Gustav Friedrich Waagen (1854)
"Hieronymus Bosch.—St. John in profile. The portrait of a Netherlandish physiognomy of very insipid character is so little in unison even with the lowest ..."
5. Catalogue of the Loan Exhibition of Paintings by Old Masters in the Palace by John Nilsen Laurvik, San Francisco Museum of Art (1920)
"1516] DUTCH SCHOOL HIERONYMUS VAN ACKEN, known as Jeroen and Jerome, but more generally called Hieronymus Bosch (or Bos) from his birthplace, ..."
6. Catalogue of the Loan Exhibition of Paintings by Old Masters in the Palace by San Francisco Museum of Art, John Nilsen Laurvik (1920)
"EN, known as Jeroen and Jerome, but more generally called Hieronymus Bosch (or Bos) from his birthplace, Hertogenbosch (Bois-le-Duc), where he was born ..."
7. The Art of the Low Countries: Studies by Wilhelm R. Valentiner by Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner (1914)
"... Master of the Virgo inter Virgines, who lived perhaps at Gouda or at Delft, and Hieronymus Bosch, the great fantastical painter of Bois le Duc. ..."