… It’s a bunch of Bosch, claiming to be a Garden of Earthly Delights. Of course, we’re talking about Hieronymus Bosch’s famous triptych (painted ca. 1490-1510), which is on display at the Prado, where it has been for decades.
Even before I became a medievalist, this hallucinogenic set of paintings was one of my favorite works of art, and if anything, I’ve come to appreciate it even more as the years have gone by.
[…] part of a larger “transmedia tryptich,” which also consists of the traditional documentary film Hieronymus Bosch, Touched by the Devil […] and a “virtual reality documentary” called Hieronymus Bosch, the Eyes of the Owl.
So I know what I’m doing during my office hours tomorrow. Thank you so much, Mr. van Huijstee.