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Jeroen Bosch, 1505 - 1506

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The triptych of 'The Temptation of St. Anthony' was made around 1500 by the famous painter Hieronymus ('Jeroen' in Dutch) Bosch from the town of 's-Hertogenbosch in the Duchy of Brabant. The painting was made on a wooden panel divided in three sections which are hung together and can be displayed open or closed.

Also the rears of the side panels are decorated with presentations. These rear presentations are done often in girsaille, different shades of grey. On the rear of the right side panel Christ is depicted carrying the cross. At the extreme left of the panel three boys are visible. One of them is holding a colf club.

Oil on panel. 131 x 53 cm; 51.6 x 20.9 in.

National Museum of Ancient Art, Lisbon, Portugal

Due to Geert & Sara Nijs

As Tentações de Santo Antão (1505/1506). Hieronymus Bosch (circa 1450 - 1516)

Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, Lisboa, Portugal

Achterzijde van het rechter paneel van de triptiek 'De verzoeking van de H. Antonius' (1505 - 1506) door Jeroen Bosch (ca. 1450 - 1516)

Olieverf op paneel. 131 x 53 cm

Nationaal Museum voor Oude Kunst, Lissabon, Portugal

Bron: Geert & Sara Nijs

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