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Authors and Jheronimus Bosch
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Below you will find a list of JBP-authors who are inspired by Hieronymus Bosch. Click on the photo and go to the JBP-Author profiles with detailed information on the authors and their relationship to Bosch.
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My new book “The abducted Garden” was created out of curiosity. I tried to answer three questions. How and when did the transportation of “The Garden of Earthly Delights” to Spain take place? Why did the painting after the confiscation end up at Hernando de Toledo – Alva ‘s illegitimate son? Who was the mysterious disciple who was “more diligent and patient than Bosch was”? (In Dutch only).
Dr. Eric de BruynAuthor, JBP-team, and Specialist Middle Dutch language and literature
Specialist in Middle Dutch Language and a member of the Scholarly Advisory Board of the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center (’s-Hertogenbosch).
Prof.dr. Nils BüttnerArt historian and Author
Professor of Art History at the State Academy of Arts, Stuttgart. He specialises in the visual culture of Germany and the Netherlands from the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries.
Dr. Lucas van DijckAuthor, Historian, and JBP-team
Studied Philosophy and Theology in Paris, France and elsewhere. He later studied history in the city of Utrecht, The Netherlands with the Middle Ages as his major. In 1973 he wrote a his dissertation on the history of the Confraternity of Our Lady. In 2001 his book on Bosch was published: “Op zoek naar Jheronimus van Aken”.
Dr. Elena Vázquez DueñasArt historian and Author
Postdoctoral researcher who published a critical edition of Felipe de Guevara’s Comentario de la pintura y pintores antiguos (Ediciones Akal, Madrid). In 2016, she also published El Bosco en las fuentes españolas (Ediciones Doce Calles, Madrid).
Dr. Reindert FalkenburgArt historian and Author
Studied Art History at the Groningen University and was a PhD student at the University of Amsterdam. Bosch-related publications: several articles and contributions to exhibition catalogues.
Dr. Stefan FischerArt historian and Author
Studied Fine Arts, Art History, Classical Archaeology, History and Dutch . His dissertation “Hieronymus Bosch: Malerei als Vision, Lehrbild und Kunstwerk” was published in 2009. In 2013 he published “Hieronymus Bosch: Complete Works”.
Frank van GelovenAuthor
In his richly illustrated book “Hieronymus Bosch for beginners” the Dutch author and journalist Frank van Geloven walks us through the life of Hieronymus Bosch, using fifty questions and answers (in Dutch only).
Dentist and Folk musician (accordion, Flemish bagpipe). Recorder of orally transmitted songs and ancient funeral customs.
Dr. Ed HoffmanArt historian, Author, and Historian
Studied history and art history at the universities of Nijmegen and Utrecht, in the Netherlands. He taught both subjects during many years. As a member of the Educational Board, he has be involved in the the thematic organisation of the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center, in ‘s Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands.
Johanna KleinArt historian and Author
Art historian, sculptress and independent researcher. In 2015, she published Jeroen Bosch – Hemel, hel dealing with the embedding of the Garden of Delights tryptich in its cultural-historical environment.
Dra. Blandine LandauArt historian and Author
Earned her Bachelor’s degree in art history and Master’s degree in museology at the École du Louvre, France. After international multidisciplinary training, she became the head of the Museum of Longwy in Lorraine, France. Her PhD research focuses on the economy of Boschian production from the sixteenth century till today.
Author of a “biographical” novel about the life of Joen van Aken (aka. Jheronimus Bosch). “The Judgement of Joen” is his first book as a novel. He is also the creator and moderator of the JBP-project “The timeline of Jheronimus Bosch” (in Dutch only).
Dr. Erwin PokornyArt historian and Author
Independent researcher who studied history and art history at the University of Vienna. His publications focus on late medieval and early modern iconography and graphic art. He has published several articles on Bosch and contributed to a number of books on the same artist.
At the end of January 2016 Matthias Rozemond published “The devil’s painter”, a historical novel about the painter Jheronimus Bosch. After seven years in Venice Jheronimus returns to his hometown. Is he still the same person as he used to be? (in Dutch only)