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Bosch Painting?

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Jan. 3rd, 2009 | 08:28 pm
posted by: firebrandboy in medieval_art

I was watching a series on BBC television and it featured a painting which was apparently by Hieronymus Bosch. Its called 'study of man with pipe' in the episode but I cant tell if thats its real name. The man in the painting looks like a figure from The Carrying of the Cross. However I cannot verify whether it really is a painting by Bosch. Here's a screen capture.

I was wondering if you had any information about this painting? Anything at all. Thank-you!

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alfred russel wallace

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from: lelapin
date: Jan. 3rd, 2009 09:37 pm (UTC)

to the best of my knowledge, bosch didn't paint portraity things like that. my guess is that it's someone inspired by bosch, like sergey tyukanov.

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from: the_park
date: Jan. 3rd, 2009 11:36 pm (UTC)

it really looks similiar to the figures in kreuztragung christi... so probably it is by him... maybe...

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Six Hours in Belgrade

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from: asxapproaches0
date: Jan. 6th, 2009 05:27 am (UTC)

That style of "tavern pipe", the white clay with a long stem, wasn't popular until firmly into the American colonial period, certainly over a century after Bosch's death if I have my chronology straight.

Also, this is sethomas84 being too lazy to log my girlfriend off from my computer. She says hi!

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