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A 16th-century oil-on-wood panel, in the collection of The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art for decades, is now considered to be the work of Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch.
The Temptation of St. Anthony is one of only 25 paintings attributed to Bosch in the world — and only one of five in the United States.
"You see the figure of St. Anthony resting on one hand on his staff, that is one of his significant attributes. And with his other hand, he is dipping a big, bulbous jug into the water," described Rima Girnius, associate curator of European painting, on Up to Date.
"He's surrounded by a host of various, hybrid creatures, little monsters, that really personify different temptations that he is trying to resist."