Jheronimus Bosch (‘s-Hertogenbosch, circa 1450 – buried there, 9 August 1516), posthumously also called Jeroen Bosch or Hiëronymus Bosch, born Jheronimus van Aken, was a Southern Netherlandish painter belonging to the Northern Renaissance. He went down in history as ‘den duvelmakere’ (the creator of devils) and as a painter of satirical images, but he is especially important as an innovator of the visual tradition. He inventively interpreted common motifs and devised a series of new compositions. As a result, the precise meaning of some of his work has remained unknown. Although he was a famous painter during his lifetime and received commissions from the ducal court in Brussels, very little is known about him.
Bijzonder fraaie sneaker in nappa leder met een geprint gedeelte uit het beroemde schilderij ‘Tuin der lusten’ van Jheronimus Bosch.