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Bosch: Masters of Art

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Continuously in print for more than 20 years, Abrams' Masters of Art series has always been known for its exceptional quality and value. Now these classic volumes devoted to the lives and works of the world's great painters have been newly redesigned and released in paperback for the first time. The comprehensive texts, written by distinguished art historians, provide inci ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published November 11th 2003 by Harry N. Abrams (first published September 1st 1989)
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Bryce Wilson
As someone whose equally drawn to the sacred and the profane (in other words a Catholic) Bosch is probably my favorite artist, or at least the one who speaks most directly to my fetishes, beliefs, ideals, and nightmares.

Linfert writes an interesting text to go along with the prints, striking just the right tone full of information and theory but not dryly academic. Highly recommended.
Tyrran
I used this more as a reference guide rather than as a book that I read from page to page.
Martin
great plates, very comprehensive
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