"The Garden of Earthly Delights" is a triptych painting by the Hieronymus Bosch, believed to have been created between 1490 and 1510. This surreal and intricate artwork is known for its rich symbolism and enigmatic narrative, leaving room for countless interpretations.
The central panel unfolds a mesmerizing and surreal dreamscape. Within this enigmatic realm, a multitude of humans, animals and mystical creatures revel in hedonistic pleasures, giving an impression of total harmony between their worlds.
It stands in stark contrast to the heavenly left panel and delves into the depths of human desires and temptations in infinite aspects of our earthly existence.
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