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Hieronymus Bosch included tiny owls in most of his paintings. They are not in all the paintings; but, I believe, they have a specific significance. The owl that Bosch most consistently paints is a diminutive spotted owl. This owl is almost without a doubt the European or Eurasian pygmy owl.Can you spot the owl in a Bosch painting?
The "signature" owls in Bosch paintings are generally hidden, and difficult to spot. The pygmy owl above is, unusually, one of two owls in this painting (see below.) The fact that it is partially concealed alludes, as it does in all cases, to a hidden wisdom.How did Bosch use the owl as a symbol?
It seems that Bosch generally used it as a symbol, placing it in contexts with an atmosphere of menace. As if to emphasize the threatening presence, he sometimes drew an owl surrounded by other, hostile birds that try to drive the owl away. 1. Ecce Homo Hieronymus Bosch, Ecce Homo, c. 1475-85, Stadel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany.When did Bosch draw the Owl NES T?
Hieronimus Bosch, The Owl’s Nes t, c. 1505 – 1516, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands. This is one of only three autonomous drawings by Bosch; it is not a preparatory study but a work of art in its own right.