The Unknown Hieronymus Bosch, Kurt Falk, Near Fine, SC, Dutch Renaissance Art Monograph

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Falk, Kurt. Montpelier, Heaven and Earth Publishing, 2008.
English Language, Near Fine, SC, 4to, 11" x 8 1/2", [viii] xx,112 pp.
ISBN: 9781556437595

Near Fine, stiff white pictorial wrap with detail of artist’s work to cover, black and white titling on front cover, black, white, and red titling to spine, back cover features reproduction of The Haywain Triptych, mild bumping to tips and light soiling to fore edge of text block, otherwise pages pristine, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. Replete with full color reproductions, many full page. English text pertaining to the life and practices of Renaissance Netherlandish religious fantasy artist, Hieronymus Bosch. Sponsored by the nonprofit organization Society for the Study of Native Arts and Sciences with the intent to develop educational and cross-cultural perspectives linking to artistic views to nurture a holistic view of the arts, sciences, humanities, and healing. Excerpt from introduction by Robert Sardello: "Bosch's paintings become a whole new way of questioning--of questing--not in order to find an answer or solve a problem, but rather as a way of developing the inner capacity of letting things speak for themselves. That is, working with this book develops the spiritual quest of listening. Listening is fundamental to any spiritual practice, but it is even more so to the spiritual path depicted in so many different ways by Hieronymus Bosch."