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Three Paintings by Hieronymus Bosch

USA, 1950 (MIFF 1957, Connoisseur's Corner)

Director: J. Lenauer

Three religious paintings by the Flemish artist Hieronymus Bosch. "The Adoration of the Kings," "The Mocking of Christ" and "Ecce Homo." Numerous details of the paintings are seen in close-up.

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