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Jheronimus Bosch's inverted funnel

a curious and opaque visual device ... an inverted funnel worn as a headdress

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Jheronimus Bosch's inverted funnel

  1. 1. a curious and opaque visual device ... an inverted funnel worn as a headdress
  2. 2. Funnels, Jewish hats, wizardry ... an crossbill wearing a funnel in Temptation of Saint Anthony, Lisbon, a glutton rotund with an inverted funnel on his head in the Gluttony and Lust, a funnel with arms and legs sticking out in the Nelson-Atkins fragment of The Temptation of Saint Anthony … All of those upside-down funnel hats do mean something … science, distraction, wisdom, charlatanism, impiety, an allusion to deception, fraud, false wisdom or madness but its symbolism belongs to a bygone age, Bosch's work simply reflects the beliefs and ideologies of its time. Obviously, all rests on present day interpretation. We're as lost to Bosch as he is to us.
  3. 3. Jheronimus Bosch's inverted funnel
  4. 4. Jheronimus Bosch Triptych of Temptation of Saint Anthony. Triptyque de la Tentation de saint Antoine 1500 Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, Lisbon a bird with an inverted blue funnel on its head, and a bright red cloak. It has long, floppy ears with small polka dots on them, its human legs bear a pair of ice skates, and it skates on those across a frozen stream and a monster cat wearing an inverted funnel behind the monk with glasses
  5. 5. Jheronimus Bosch The Temptation of Saint Anthony. La Tentation de saint Antoine 1520 Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City Bearded monk kneels and fills pitcher from stream ... in foreground appear fantastic creatures: the funnel has consumed the entire body, leaving just the arms and legs sticking out
  6. 6. Jheronimus Bosch The Last Judgment. Le Jugement dernier 1495-1505 Groeningemuseum, Bruges It was not until his Last Judgment, that Bosch makes the visual transformation from the Jewish hat to an inverted funnel …
  7. 7. Jheronimus Bosch Gluttony and Lust. La Gourmandise et la Luxure 1490-1500 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven he’s not a charlatan, he’s not a madman, he’s not a Jew, he’s just a chubby drunk with an inverted funnel on the head …
  8. 8. Jheronimus Bosch, workshop or follower of The Extraction of the Stone of Madness. L'Extraction de la pierre de folie 1501-1505 Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid ... a charlatan or surgeon removing the stone of madness from a patient's head by trepanation, wears an upside-down funnel on his head a funnel hat symbolizes deception and reveals that he is not a learned man but rather a fraudster
  9. 9. Jheronimus Bosch The Haywain Triptych. Triptyque du Le Chariot de foin 1510-1516 Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid it's not a funnel that this Jew wears … it's just a pointed hat, regularly worn by the Jewish community at the time
  10. 10. Jheronimus Bosch Ecce Homo 1577 Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie, Frankfurt am Main an unusual armoured version of Jewish hat …
  11. 11. Anonymous. Follower of Jheronimus Bosch, d'après Jérôme Bosch Concert in the Egg. Le Concert dans l’œuf 1561 Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille, Lille one man with a water bird on his head, another with a building mid-construction, a nun with the owl on her head and a foolish philosopher wearing glasses and a funnel on his head, a symbol of ignorance and insanity
  12. 12. Jheronimus Bosch, follower of Christ in Limbo. Christ aux Limbes 1575 Indianapolis Museum of Art an eccentric, fantastical and barbaric world, macabre and comical scenes two funnels can be seen: one, huge, knocked down on the ground, the other led by a demonic angel ... (nevertheless, Christ appears, pushing a heavy bronze door brandishing the banner of the Resurrection ...)
  13. 13. and other demons with inverted funnels are already there to feast … (the inverted funnel did not die with Bosch in 1516, such was the popularity and influence of his paintings that others propagated their visual elements)
  14. 14. Maerten de Vos The Temptation of Saint Anthony. La tentation de saint Antoine 1591-1594 Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp Maerten de Vos seems to have been the first to develop Bosch’s inverted funnel one of the more Bosch-like creatures … a portmanteau of human and bird that wears an inverted funnel on its head, and is reading sheet music
  15. 15. Cornelis Massijs, attribué à The Temptation of Saint Anthony. La tentation de saint Antoine 1540 Koninklijke Musea voor Schone Kunsten van België, Musées Royaux des Beaux Arts de Belgique, Brussels a tiny creature ... with a shiny inverted funnel
  16. 16. David Teniers the Younger, David Teniers le Jeune The Temptation of Saint Anthony. La tentation de saint Antoine 1660 Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille David Teniers the Younger painted at least three different versions around 1650-1660, over a century after Bosch’s death on the back of a flying narwhal a figure wearing an inverted funnel on its head …
  17. 17. David Teniers the Younger, David Teniers le Jeune The Temptation of Saint Anthony. La tentation de saint Antoine 1647 Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid a menagerie of daemons, some of which have their origins in Bosch’s work ... the figure flying on a fish has changed from the previous painting, but still wears its distinctive inverted funnel
  18. 18. Joos van Craesbeeck The Temptation of Saint Anthony. La tentation de saint Antoine 1650 Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe by about 1650, Joos van Craesbeeck was using some of Bosch’s iconography ... a naked man with an inverted funnel on his head, playing a lute and sitting on a duck-horse-unicorn
  19. 19. olga_oes Jheronimus Bosch's inverted funnel L’entonnoir renversé de Jheronimus Bosch images and text credit www. Music The Piano Guys Me and My Cello (Happy Together) created olga.e. thanks for watching

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