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The Temptation of St. Anthony, Right Hand Panel, Detail of a Couple Riding a Fish
72" x 48"
$499.99
$199.99
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The Temptation of St. Anthony, Right Hand Panel, Detail of a Couple Riding a Fish-Hieronymus Bosch-Loft Art

The Temptation of St. Anthony, Right Hand Panel, Detail of a Couple Riding a FishBy Hieronymus Bosch

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72"" x 48""
$499.99
$199.99
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About This Piece
The Art
Sometimes... bigger really is better. Printed on high quality canvas with deep pine stretcher bars, Loft Art emphasizes the dramatic in each work of art, and provides a perfect centerpiece for any modern space. Because of the oversized dimensions, we are not able to ship this piece pre-assembled. Instead, we've included an easy stretching system with each piece of Loft Art. All the materials and instructions you need are included in the kit, and because of the patent pending easy system, you don't need to be an expert to put your art together. For more information on the assembly process, you can view the instructions <u><a href="http://cache1.artprintimages.com/images/docs/loft_art_instructions_apc.pdf" target="_blank">here.</a></u></b>
Product ID: 17371900367A
The Artist
Genius, madman, or both, Hieronymus Bosch (1450–1516) was a groundbreaking Flemish artist of the late Gothic period whose work continues to influence artists today. Uniquely gifted in his ability to explore the dark rivers of the mind, Bosch released his inner visions on to canvas. Contrary to the paintings of other Flemish painters which convey serenity and reality, Bosch’s work is rife with the macabre, allegorical symbolism and nightmarish images. Exhibiting brilliant colors and exceptional mastery of detail, Bosch’s unforgettable, often disturbing artworks, initially collected by King Phillip II of Spain, were forerunners of Surrealism.