Scott Gratson, "A Splattering of Repulsion, Destruction, and Rage: Reflections on the Hell of Jheronimus Bosch"
Scott Gratson (PhD candidate, Art History) will be presenting a one-hour lecture on the depiction of damnation in the artwork of Netherlandish artist Jheronimus van Aken Bosch (1450-1516). Gratson is a faculty member of the Klein College of Media and Communication. Event is free and open to the public. Sponsored by Temple University Honors Program, the Honors Oversight Committee, the Honors Program Director Ruth Ost, and English Department Chair Katherine Henry. Warning: this lecture will focus on artistis depictions of nudity, violence, and torture, since it is about Hell. Damnation not required to attend.