2 February 2016

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Hieronymus Bosch Panel Discovered In Kansas City Museum Storeroom

A newly discovered painting by Hieronymus Bosch which dates from around 1500–10 has been attributed to the master after being discovered in a Kansas City Museum storeroom. The painting was acquired in the 1930s and kept in storage for decades because it was classified as the work of a pupil or follower of Bosch. The new attribution is a significant addition […]

20 December 2015

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Hieronymus Bosch Battle: Garden Of Earthly Delights To Remain With Prado

After a long and drawn out battle with a new national museum; four iconic paintings by Hieronymus Bosch and other Old Masters will remain at Madrid’s Prado. The Prado accepted Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights (1500–1505) for safekeeping in 1936, at the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War at the request of the royal collection, […]

2 November 2015

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Hieronymus Bosch: New Drawing Discovered

A drawing of hell previously attributed to a workshop assistant of Hieronymus Bosch has now been recognised as an authentic work by the master himself according to the experts conducting the Bosch Research and Conservation Project (BRCP) examining the artist’s works worldwide. The drawing has been hidden away in a private collection and will go […]

1 September 2015

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Hieronymus Bosch Masterpiece To First Depict Everyday Sins Returned To Netherlands

Hieronymus Bosch’s work, The Haywain Triptych – a work considered to be an important Dutch masterpiece – is returning to the Netherlands this Autumn for two major exhibitions. The event marks the first time the ppaintings sets foot on Dutch soil in 450 years. Spain’s King Philip II was an avid collector of the artist, […]

6 May 2015

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Argument Reignites Between Madrid Museums Over Priceless Old Masters

It would seem that a row has reignited between Spain’s National Heritage office and Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid. The argument is over four important Old Master paintings and where the works should be housed. National Heritage officials hope to transfer the paintings, which have been in the Prado’s collections since the 1930s, to […]

17 February 2015

Ali Banisadr: At Once – Blain/Southern – Bosch Meets Abstract Expressionism

Blain/Southern presents ‘At Once’, an exhibition of oil paintings created over the last two years by New York-based artist Ali Banisadr. This is his first-ever solo show in the UK and includes a 7-metre long triptych, the artist’s largest work to date. The nature of Banisadr’s work is attributable to the synaesthesia he experiences while […]