Bosch lived and worked over 500 hundred years ago in the Netherlands' town of 's Hertogenbosch, from which he takes his name.
He is best known for his fantastical, wondrous art full of strange creatures both grotesque and heavenly. The work he has
left behind still defies the imagination. Taking account of the latest research, Hieronymus Bosch: Masterpieces of Art gives
an overview of what is known of this elusive painter and draughtsman, and reproduces his (and some of his followers') impressive
work, from traditional Biblical stories with a Boschian twist, such as the Adoration of the Magi, to his apocalyptic Four
Visions of the Hereafter. His diptychs and triptychs, such as the famously complex Garden of Earthly Delights are covered
as well as his stunning line drawings, such as The Wood Has Ears, The Field Has Eyes.