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Dutch/Netherlandish painter Hieronymus Bosch was born in Brabant and is considered one of the best representatives of the Early Netherlandish painting school. His paintings are often oil on oak wood and depict narratives and religious concepts. His work is most notably known for the "The Marriage of the Virgin and the Child" series, which was produced in the 1540s. These works have become a popular part of the art market.

The career of Hieronymus Bosch has been broadly divided into three phases: the early, middle, and late works. The early works date from 1470 to 1485, while the later works were produced from 1500 to his death. During the latter phase of his career, Bosch's paintings mainly focused on the human condition and were more satirical. The Temptation of Saint Anthony, for example, depicts demons attempting to enslave the young Saint Anthony. The subsequent period saw the creation of the famous Garden of Earthly Delights, a painting created for the wedding of a count.

Besides his paintings, Hieronymus Bosch also influenced painters in other countries. His influence was great, especially on landscape painting. His reputation declined after the fifteenth century, although his paintings continued to be popular in Spain and Italy. In the late seventeenth century, Bosch's work came to prominence and was influential in the Surrealist movement. Salvador Dali claimed that Bosch was the first modern artist. If you are looking for the best art from this artist, the following tips can help you choose the best works from his many works.

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