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This picture is the most famous triptych of the Dutch artist Jerome Bosch. Reproduction is called so thanks to its central part, which is dedicated to one of the sins - voluptuousness. The modern name of the picture was given by the researchers. To this day, an unequivocal interpretation of the picture does not exist.
The main feature of the triptych is that the artist tried to convey his ideas through many small details. The picture itself consists of three parts: the Left wing, the Central part and the Right wing.
The left wing depicts the period when the world was created. Heaven with Earth gave life to dozens of animals. The center of the composition is filled with the Source of Life - a tall, thin, pink structure. In the foreground, the author decided to show the world before the flood, and also depict the scene of how Adam and Eve were tempted and driven out of Paradise.
The central part is considered the idyll of Bosch. It depicts a garden in which nude men and women live. Their main occupation is collecting food and a variety of games with love joys. You can see a couple of figures that fly across the sky. In addition, huge plants deserve special attention. All together creates an impression of innocence and simplicity.
On the Right wing, or as it is also called Musical Hell, dead musicians with their instruments are depicted. After a thorough examination of this part of the picture, it becomes clear that the author wanted to convey a nightmarish reality in this way.
In the picture you can see a variety of transparent figures, fantastic buildings, monsters and infernal cartoons. Some scientists put forward the theory that with the help of the picture, the author tried to portray a person’s life, in which there is an image of true love and a celebration of voluptuousness. Doubts cause only simple-minded and detached figures, as well as a positive attitude of the church to the picture.
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