40% Off Cards, Labels & Stickers    |    15% Off Sitewide    |    Use Code: ZAZZLESAVING    |     Ends Tomorrow    |    See Details

Hieronymus Bosch - Adoration of the Magi Detail Canvas Print

$108.00

per canvas

Qty:
1
15% Off with code ZAZZLESAVING
  • Front
    Front
  • Corner
    Corner
  • Front Left
    Front Left
  • Front Right
    Front Right
  • Front/Bottom
    Front / Bottom
  • Front/Top
    Front / Top
Hieronymus Bosch - Adoration of the Magi Detail Canvas Print
Designed for youby Fine Art Canvas Store
Custom (13.89" x 17.43")
More (15)
0.75"
Single
More (2)
Size
Select an option:
Choose your own size!
Width (in)
Height (in)
About This Product
  • Sold by
Media Type: Premium Wrapped Canvas (Gloss)

Turn your cherished memories into a wonderful work of art with Zazzle’s premium wrapped canvas. Made from an additive-free cotton-poly blend, our instant-dry canvases make for long lasting, fade resistant prints. Add your family photos, vacation pictures, and other beautiful moments to craft great mementos for your home!

  • Available in multiple standard and custom sizes
  • Special ink-receptive coating to protect printed surface from cracking when stretching
  • Gallery quality prints
  • Made with a tight weave ideal for crisp printing of photography and fine art
About This Design
Hieronymus Bosch - Adoration of the Magi Detail Canvas Print
Adoration of the Magi Detail by Hieronymus Bosch. Great painting titled Adoration of the Magi Detail, made by Hieronymus Bosch. About Hieronymus Bosch Hieronymus Bosch ]; c. 1450 – 9 August 1516) was a Dutch painter. His work is known for its use of fantastic imagery to illustrate moral and religious concepts and narratives. Bosch was born and lived all his life in and near ‘s-Hertogenbosch, a city in the Duchy of Brabant. His grandfather, Jan van Aken , was a painter and is first mentioned in the records in 1430. It is known that Jan had five sons, four of whom were also painters. Bosch’s father, Anthonius van Aken acted as artistic adviser to the Brotherhood of Our Lady. It is generally assumed that either Bosch’s father or one of his uncles taught the artist to paint, but none of their works survive. Bosch first appears in the municipal record in 1474, when he is named along with two brothers and a sister.
40% Off Cards, Labels & Stickers    |    15% Off Sitewide    |    Use Code: ZAZZLESAVING    |     Ends Tomorrow    |    See Details
Reviews
There are no reviews for this product yet.
Have you purchased this product? Write a review!
Recently Viewed Items
Loading...
Loading...