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The Extraction of the Stone of Madness Basic Round Button Keychain
Oil on board
48 cm × 35 cm (19 in × 14 in)
Museo del Prado, Madrid
The Extraction of the Stone of Madness (The Cure of Folly) is a painting by Hieronymus Bosch, completed between 1475 and 1480.
The painting depicts the extraction of the stone of madness, a "keye" (in English a "stone" or "bulb") from a patient's head, using trepanation by a man wearing a funnel hat. In the painting Bosch has exchanged the traditional "stone" as the object of extraction with the bulb of a flower. Another flower is on the table.
The Gothic inscription reads:
"Meester snijt die keye ras
Mijne name Is lubbert das"
(in English: "Master, cut away the stone
my name is Lubbert das").
Lubbert Das was a comical (foolish) character in Dutch literature.
Above text generated by wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Extraction_of_the_Stone_of_Madness_(The_Cure_of_Folly)