Bosch's Dreams: A response to the art of Bosch in the sixteenth century

June 1992
Art Bulletin;Jun92, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p205
Academic Journal
Focuses on the paintings of artistic genius Hieronymus Bosch with special emphasis on their imagery with dreams. How Bosch's imagery was adapted to the tastes of a later age; Bosch's demonic art; Interpretation of specific dream images; Connection of Bosch's demonic repertory with the grotesque.


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