Template:Christ Crowned with Thorns by Hieronymus Bosch

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Hieronymus Bosch  (circa 1450–1516) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q130531 s:fr:Portail:Jérôme Bosch
Hieronymus Bosch
Alternative names Jheronimus Bosch, Jheronimus van Aken,
Jheronimus van Aeken, Jheronimus Anthonissoen van Aken
Description Flemish painter and draughtsperson
Date of birth/death circa 1450 (buried)
Location of birth/death 's-Hertogenbosch 's-Hertogenbosch
Work period 1474-1516
Work location 's-Hertogenbosch
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Title Christ Crowned with Thorns  wikidata:Q2733729
Date Between 1479 and 1516
Medium oil on oak panel
Dimensions Height: 73.5 cm (28.9 in). Width: 59.1 cm (23.3 in).
National Gallery  Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q180788
National Gallery
Native name National Gallery
Location London
Coordinates 51° 30′ 31″ N, 0° 07′ 42″ W Link to OpenStreetMap Link to Google Maps
Established 1824
Web page nationalgallery.org.uk
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Room 5
Accession number NG474
Object history

by 1867: Hollingworth Magniac (1786-1867), Colworth House, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire

by 1882: Charles Magniac (1827-1891)

: purchased by Robert Crawshay, Rome at the sale of the collection of Hollingworth Magniac at Christie's, London, lot no. 134, for guineas 200

Unknown date: acquired by Galleria Sangiorgio (art dealer), Rome

: purchased by the National Gallery, London
Exhibition history

Exhibition of Works by the Old Masters and by Deceased Masters of the British School. Winter Exhibition, , Royal Academy of Arts, London, Cat.no. 198, p. 42, as Holbein?.

Jheronimus Bosch, Noordbrabants Museum, 's-Hertogenbosch, , cat.no. 22, p. 105, with color image on p. 43, as Hieronymus Bosch, Doornenkroning, 73.5 × 59 cm (28.9 × 23.2 in).

Anonymous, National Gallery Online Catalog, as Christ Mocked (The Crowning with Thorns), circa 1490-1500, 73.5 × 59.1 cm (28.9 × 23.3 in).

Anonymous, RKDimages, Art-work number 59663, as De doornenkroning van Christus, circa 1485 or later (1479-1516), 73.7 × 58.7 cm (29 × 23.1 in).

Anonymous, Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage Photolibrary, object number 40002094, as Couronnement d'épines, circa 1485, 73.5 × 59 cm (28.9 × 23.2 in).

Anonymous, Web Gallery of Art, as Christ Mocked (Crowning with Thorns), 1495-1500, 73 × 59 cm (28.7 × 23.2 in).

Friedländer, Max J. (1969) Early Netherlandisch Painting. Volume V. Geertgen tot Sint Jans and Jerome Bosch, Leyden: A.W. Slijthof, Brussels: La Connaissance, p. 91, cat. Supp. 133, as Christ Mocked, year unknown, 73.5 × 59 cm (28.9 × 23.2 in).

Koldeweij, Jos, Paul Vandenbroeck, Bernard Vermet (2001) Hieronymus Bosch. The Complete Paintings and Drawings, Ghent/Amsterdam: Ludion, ISBN 0-8109-9064-4, p. 88, as Crowning with Thorns.

Koldeweij, A.M., P. Vandenbroeck en B. Vermet (2001) Jheronimus Bosch. Alle schilderijen en tekeningen, Rotterdam: NAi Uitgevers, Gent/Amsterdam: Ludion, ISBN 90-5662-219-6, p. 58, as Doornenkroning, circa 1485 or later, 73.7 × 58.7 cm (29 × 23.1 in), with color image.

Marijnissen, Roger H. ([1987]) Hieronymus Bosch. Het volledige oeuvre, Haarlem: Gottmer/Brecht, ISBN 90-2300-651-8, p. 352, as De Doornenkroning.
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