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The Garden Of Earthly Delights - A Documentary
 
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A documentary about Hieronymus Bosch's famous triptych "The Garden of Earthly Delights", housed in the "Museo del Prado", Madrid. Written Presentation, Video Editing and Narration by Byron Thomas. Music composed, sequenced and edited by Byron Thomas. Bibliography: wikipedia.org boschproject.org Hieronymus Bosch, The Complete Works. Stefan Fischer. Taschen. Hieronymus Bosch. Carl Linfert. Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Bosch's "Garden Of Earthly Delights". E. H. Gombrich. The Warburg Institute. Hieronymus Bosch and the Issue of Origins. Larry Silver. jhna.org The Seven Deadly Sins of Hieronymus Bosch. Sally Struthers. wright.edu Hieronymus Bosch, Garden Of Earthly Delights. Hans Belting. Prestel Ltd. Thank you for watching.
Views: 15056 Byron Thomas
The Garden of Earthly Delights (Part 1)
 
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Late Gothic (Ars Nova) composition by Hieronymus Bosch - Overview of the triptych and the exterior (outside panels)
The Garden of Earthly Delights - An Interpretation of Hieronymus Bosch
 
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Here I describe the opinions of Stefan Fischer, Tolnay, Vandenbroeck, Larry Silver, and Wilhelm Fraenger regarding the meaning and symbolism of the Garden of Earthy Delights by Hieronymus Bosch
Views: 1242 Michael DeMarco
From Heaven to Hell and Back in Hieronymus Bosch’s ‘Garden'
 
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In this episode of Anatomy of an Artwork, explore ‘The Garden of Earthly Delights’, the mind-blowing masterpiece by Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch at the Museo del Prado. Pleasure, sin, and suffering exist side by side in this exquisitely detailed monumental triptych. Painted more than 500 years ago, this epic work has been thrilling audiences ever since. Some consider the work to be a warning about the dangers of carnal sin; others see it as a portrait of a lost paradise. Whatever Bosch’s intention, it is now celebrated as a masterpiece of the imagination. Watch more episodes of Anatomy of an Artwork here: http://www.sothebys.com/en/news-video/anatomy-of-an-artwork.html Download The Sotheby’s App:https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sothebys/id1061156465?mt=8 FOR MORE NEWS FROM SOTHEBY’S Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sothebys/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sothebys Twitter: https://twitter.com/sothebys Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ Weibo: www.weibo.com/sothebyshongkong WeChat: sothebyshongkong Snapchat: Sothebys
Views: 47700 Sotheby's
Bosch Garden of Earthly Delights Explained Part 1
 
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Adam McLean analyses and explains this important painting by Hieronymus Bosch in great detail in a series of four videos lasting for a total of two hours. McLean looks at the painting through an artist's eyes. He does not impose some external interpretation as most other commentators do, but instead forensically investigates the structure and the imagery used by Bosch to form his painting. McLean thus, perhaps for the first time, has been able to cut through the seeming enigmatic nature of this painting, and shows that it is structured around a coherent pictorial narrative. Each symbol, each group of figure, the strange forms and metamorphosed animals are shown to fit into this narrative which McLean has found in the structure of the work. These four videos provide a clear explanation of the painting based on its internal structure, without recourse to importing external interpretations. Adam McLean is currently creating a facsimile copy in oils of The Garden of Earthly Delights. This will take thousands of hours of work and will not be completed till late 2014 at the earliest.
Views: 26307 Adam McLean
The Garden of Earthly Delights Animation Bosch
 
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A class project that animated the Painting "The garden of Earthly delights" Collaborators Fatimah Alghamam, Gregory Buchko, Cameron Dunn, Aaron Hohn, Sean Koepfinger, Cooper Kusbit, Nicholas Milliron, Jeremy Molinari, Jay Shaffer, Katie Smith, Jordan Thompson
Views: 18726 Michael Couch
Bosh | Garden of Earthly Delights | Explained
 
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Bosh is a Netherlandish master painter who painted Garden of Earthly Delights. In this video i explain the painting by Bosh Garden of Earthly Delights. This futuristic painting is more than meets the eye.
Bosch Garden of Earthly Delights Explained Part 3
 
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Adam McLean analyses and explains this important painting by Hieronymus Bosch in great detail in a series of four videos lasting for a total of two hours. McLean looks at the painting through an artist's eyes. He does not impose some external interpretation as most other commentators do, but instead forensically investigates the structure and the imagery used by Bosch to form his painting. McLean thus, perhaps for the first time, has been able to cut through the seeming enigmatic nature of this painting, and shows that it is structured around a coherent pictorial narrative. Each symbol, each group of figure, the strange forms and metamorphosed animals are shown to fit into this narrative which McLean has found in the structure of the work. These four videos provide a clear explanation of the painting based on its internal structure, without recourse to importing external interpretations. Adam McLean is currently creating a facsimile copy in oils of The Garden of Earthly Delights. This will take thousands of hours of work and will not be completed till late 2014 at the earliest.
Views: 23446 Adam McLean
Understanding the symbols  of Hieronymus Bosch; Drolleries
 
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A lesson in reading the symbols Bosch used to create the Garden of Earthly Delights.
Views: 2276 Charles Snarls
The Garden of Earthly Delights (Part 4)
 
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Finally! The last panel! Bosch's depiction of Hell. Link to interactive image: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_Garden_of_Earthly_Delights_by_Bosch_High_Resolution.jpg
The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch (Impression)
 
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This video gives an impression of the painting 'The Garden of Earthly Delights' by Hieronymus Bosch, made around 1500 AD. The famous work of art is housed in the Museo del Prado in Madrid. This painting is the best-known and most ambitious work of the dutch painter. The triptych is painted in oil on oak and is formed from a square middle panel flanked by two other oak rectangular wings that close over the center as shutters. The outer wings, when folded, show a grisaille painting of the earth during the biblical narrative of Creation. The three scenes of the inner triptych are probably (but not necessarily) intended to be read chronologically from left to right. The left panel depicts God presenting Eve to Adam, the central panel is a broad panorama of socially engaged nude figures, fantastical animals, oversized fruit and hybrid stone formations. The right panel is a hellscape and portrays the torments of damnation. Art historians frequently interpret the painting as a didactic warning on the perils of life's temptations. However, the intricacy of its symbolism, particularly that of the central panel, has led to a wide range of scholarly interpretations over the centuries. Twentieth-century art historians are divided as to whether the triptych's central panel is a moral warning or a panorama of paradise lost. American writer Peter S. Beagle describes it as an "erotic derangement that turns us all into voyeurs, a place filled with the intoxicating air of perfect liberty". Bosch painted three large triptychs (the others are The Last Judgment of c. 1482 and The Haywain Triptych of c. 1516) that can be read from left to right and in which each panel was essential to the meaning of the whole. Each of these three works presents distinct yet linked themes addressing history and faith. Triptychs from this period were generally intended to be read sequentially, the left and right panels often portraying Eden and the Last Judgment respectively, while the main subject was contained in the center piece. It is not known whether "The Garden" was intended as an altarpiece, but the general view is that the extreme subject matter of the inner center and right panels make it unlikely that it was intended to function in a church or monastery, but was instead commissioned by a lay patron. (Source: Wikipedia) Music: 'The Loss of Blood' by Ian Alex Mac Free Download (under a Creative Commons Licence 4.0) http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ian_Alex_Mac/Cues/The_Loss_of_Blood #ianalexmac #thelossofblood #hieronymusbosch #jeroenbosch #thegardenofearthlydelights #gardenofearthlydelights #jheronimusbosch #heavenandhell #charlesleflamand #karelmestdagh
Views: 12181 Karel Mestdagh
Episode 1: Making a study of Hieronymus Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights
 
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Materials used: Canvas panel Oil Colors(Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Umber, Lemon Yellow, Carmine dry pigment, Green Earth dry pigment, Alizarin Crimson, Yellow Ochre, Cadmium Red Light, Cerulean Blue, Hansa Yellow Deep, Lead White, Mars Orange) Nylon brushes Damar/Safflower Oil/Canadian Balsam medium. Some information from Museo Del Prado's site: The Garden of Earthly Delights Triptych 1490 - 1500. Grisaille, Oil on oak panel The Garden of Earthly Delights is Bosch’s most complex and enigmatic creation. For Falkenburg the overall theme of The Garden of Earthly Delights is the fate of humanity, as in The Haywain (P02052), although Bosch visualizes this concept very differently and in a much more explicit manner in the centre panel of that triptych than in The Garden of Earthly Delights. In order to analyse the work’s meaning the content of each panel must be identified. On the outer faces of the triptych Bosch depicted in grisaille the Third Day of the Creation of the World, when the waters were separated from the earth and the earthly Paradise (Eden) created. At the top left we see God the Father as the Creator, according to two Latin inscriptions, one on each panel: For he spake, and it was done and For he commanded, and they were created (Psalms 33:9 and 148:5). On the inner face of the triptych, painted in brilliant colours which contrast with the grisaille, Bosch painted three scenes that share the single common denominator of the concept of sin, which starts in Paradise or Eden on the left panel, with Adam and Eve, and is punished in Hell in the right panel. The centre panel depicts a Paradise that deceives the senses, a false Paradise given over to the sin of lust. This deception is encouraged by the fact that the centre panel is shown as a continuation of Eden through the use of a single, continuous landscape with a high horizon line that allows for a broad, panoramic composition arranged as three superimposed planes, in the panels of the earthly Paradise, the Garden of Earthly Delights and Hell. In the centre panel, from which the triptych derives its name, Bosch included a large number of naked human figures, with the exception of the pair at the lower right, who are usually identified as Adam and Eve after the Expulsion from Paradise. Men and women, both black and white, are generally seen in groups or pairs, maintaining amorous relations (some of a forbidden nature) with a powerful erotic charge that refers to the panel’s pre-eminent theme, the sin of lust. The animals, both real and imaginary, are much larger than their proper scale. Among them, Bosch particularly emphasizes two different types of owl that evoke evil. Staring straight out, they direct their disturbing gazes at the viewer at the two lateral edges of the panel, slightly set back from the immediate foreground. Also present are plants and fruit, which are again much larger than their scale dimensions. The entire composition is dotted with pieces of red fruit that contrast with other large and small blue ones, these being the two principal colours in the scene. In contrast to the apparent confusion that prevails in the foreground, geometry imposes itself in the middle ground and background. In the former, Bosch depicted a pool full of naked women. Around it, in an anti-clockwise direction, rides a group of men on different mounts (some of them exotic or imaginary), who have been associated with different Cardinal Sins. In the background of the scene Bosch included five fantastical architectural constructions in the water, the central one similar to the fountain of the Four Rivers in the Paradise panel, although here broken to symbolize its fragility and the ephemeral nature of the delights being enjoyed by the men and women who fill this garden. And now the owl depicted inside the fountain in the Paradise panel is replaced here by human figures in sexually explicit poses.
Views: 63 Old Dirty Masters
Bosch Garden of Earthly Delights Explained Part 4
 
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Adam McLean analyses and explains this important painting by Hieronymus Bosch in great detail in a series of four videos lasting for a total of two hours. McLean looks at the painting through an artist's eyes. He does not impose some external interpretation as most other commentators do, but instead forensically investigates the structure and the imagery used by Bosch to form his painting. McLean thus, perhaps for the first time, has been able to cut through the seeming enigmatic nature of this painting, and shows that it is structured around a coherent pictorial narrative. Each symbol, each group of figure, the strange forms and metamorphosed animals are shown to fit into this narrative which McLean has found in the structure of the work. These four videos provide a clear explanation of the painting based on its internal structure, without recourse to importing external interpretations. Adam McLean is currently creating a facsimile copy in oils of The Garden of Earthly Delights. This will take thousands of hours of work and will not be completed till late 2014 at the earliest.
Views: 8714 Adam McLean
Bosch Garden of Earthly Delights Explained Part 2
 
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Adam McLean analyses and explains this important painting by Hieronymus Bosch in great detail in a series of four videos lasting for a total of two hours. McLean looks at the painting through an artist's eyes. He does not impose some external interpretation as most other commentators do, but instead forensically investigates the structure and the imagery used by Bosch to form his painting. McLean thus, perhaps for the first time, has been able to cut through the seeming enigmatic nature of this painting, and shows that it is structured around a coherent pictorial narrative. Each symbol, each group of figure, the strange forms and metamorphosed animals are shown to fit into this narrative which McLean has found in the structure of the work. These four videos provide a clear explanation of the painting based on its internal structure, without recourse to importing external interpretations. Adam McLean is currently creating a facsimile copy in oils of The Garden of Earthly Delights. This will take thousands of hours of work and will not be completed till late 2014 at the earliest.
Views: 10329 Adam McLean
Bosch The Garden of Earthly Delights Intro
 
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Adam McLean analyses and explains this important painting by Hieronymus Bosch in great detail in a series of four videos lasting for a total of two hours. McLean looks at the painting through an artist's eyes. He does not impose some external interpretation as most other commentators do, but instead forensically investigates the structure and the imagery used by Bosch to form his painting. McLean thus, perhaps for the first time, has been able to cut through the seeming enigmatic nature of this painting, and shows that it is structured around a coherent pictorial narrative. Each symbol, each group of figure, the strange forms and metamorphosed animals are shown to fit into this narrative which McLean has found in the structure of the work. These four videos provide a clear explanation of the painting based on its internal structure, without recourse to importing external interpretations.
Views: 651 Adam McLean
Hieronymus Bosch & The Garden of Earthly Delights
 
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A close look at Hieronymus Bosch’s famous triptych in this art history talk with Jones Gallery curator, Sarah Jones. Gambolling sinners engaging in orgiastic fantasies, strange and exotic animals, a hellscape with bewildering and nightmarish figures. Oh boy. A bit of garden-variety debauchery to get us through the winter. Lecture presented on January 16, 2019.
Views: 412 Jones Gallery
Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymous Bosch in Detail
 
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the early Renaissance painter's most famous work in detail
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The Garden of Earthly Delights, after Hieronymus Bosch
 
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Warning of the perils of life's temptations, the central panel of Hieronymus Bosch's famous 16th century painting features many naked figures engaged in sensual activities, along with oversized animals and outrageously-sized fruit. The figures in this 'playground of corruption' may have served to represent the sins of man at the time of its creation between 1490 and 1510. The original triptych can be viewed in the Museo del Prado, Madrid. Presented by Visitor Experience Assistant, Sarah Jaffray. Watch more videos in our 'Curiosities from the Collection' series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBqmtWHv01k&list=PLScgI9IJlBNUEDcH1GkqSXqNxfo7Zpe3d The Garden of Earthly Delights is available to view in our Medicine Man gallery: http://wellcomecollection.org/medicine-man View the original triptych: http://www.wikiart.org/en/hieronymus-bosch/the-garden-of-earthly-delights-1515-7 Find us on Facebook: - http://www.facebook.com/wellcomecollection Follow us on Twitter: - http://twitter.com/explorewellcome See us on Instagram: - http://instagram.com/wellcomecollection
Views: 9669 Wellcome Collection
The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch.
 
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The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch. The central panel of the triptych shows us a world without families. All people here is young: young men and young women. There are no children or old people. There are no father or mother, no husband or wife... It's a world where sexuality don't follow God's rules.
Views: 13507 Pedro Menchén
CEU's Matthias Riedl unveils new meaning in Bosch's masterpiece The Garden of Earthly Delights
 
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Drawing on his knowledge of history and faith, Central European University's Matthias Riedl offered up a new interpretation of Hieronymus Bosch's famed triptych. Learn more about our faculty online at http://www.ceu.hu.
Bosch The Garden of Earthly Delights Part 3
 
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Adam McLean analyses and explains this important painting by Hieronymus Bosch in great detail in a series of four videos lasting for a total of two hours. McLean looks at the painting through an artist's eyes. He does not impose some external interpretation as most other commentators do, but instead forensically investigates the structure and the imagery used by Bosch to form his painting. McLean thus, perhaps for the first time, has been able to cut through the seeming enigmatic nature of this painting, and shows that it is structured around a coherent pictorial narrative. Each symbol, each group of figure, the strange forms and metamorphosed animals are shown to fit into this narrative which McLean has found in the structure of the work. These four videos provide a clear explanation of the painting based on its internal structure, without recourse to importing external interpretations.
Views: 388 Adam McLean
The Mysteries of Hieronymus Bosch
 
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Interpretations of Bosch's paintings have been varied and extreme: heresy, alchemy, drugs, witchcraft and, the most popular, that he was a member of a secret sect which practised orgies. Nicholas Baum , who has been fascinated by these haunting paintings for many years, began his investigation in the belief that we would never know their full meaning. After a journey which took him to Holland, Spain. and Portugal, he is convinced that he has found the key Documentary 1980 Paintings: The Garden of Earthly Delights, The Last Judgment, The Adoration of Maggi, The Haywain Triptych, Cutting the stone, The Temptation of St Anthony
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Bosch, the Last Judgment
 
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Hieronymus Bosch, Last Judgment Triptych, 1504-08, Akademie für bildenden Künste, Vienna, overall dimensions 163 x 250 cm, central panel 163 x 128 cm, wings 163 x 60 cm. Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker. Created by Beth Harris and Steven Zucker.
Views: 62217 Smarthistory
“The Garden of Earthly Delights”
 
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The poem is “The voice of the ancient bard” by William Blake Music is “Belief” by Silent Partner from the YouTube Library. Paintings are “The Garden of Earthly Delights” by Hieronymus Bosch. Poetry, Music and Paintings.
Views: 172 Pedro Menchén
The Garden of Earthly Delights
 
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A CG interpretation of Hieronymus Bosch's painting 'The Garden of Earthly Delights'. This animation was produced as part of a self-initiated University project for CG Arts and Animation @ UCA Rochester. A second version of this animation also exists, exploring the possibility of bringing more of these classic paintings in 3D to new media devices, in the form of an iphone/ipod/ipad app. This version can be viewed here: vimeo.com/​19030302 Please visit my blog for more information in regards to this project: tombeg.blogspot.com/
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Bosch The Garden of Earthly Delights Part 4
 
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Adam McLean analyses and explains this important painting by Hieronymus Bosch in great detail in a series of four videos lasting for a total of two hours. McLean looks at the painting through an artist's eyes. He does not impose some external interpretation as most other commentators do, but instead forensically investigates the structure and the imagery used by Bosch to form his painting. McLean thus, perhaps for the first time, has been able to cut through the seeming enigmatic nature of this painting, and shows that it is structured around a coherent pictorial narrative. Each symbol, each group of figure, the strange forms and metamorphosed animals are shown to fit into this narrative which McLean has found in the structure of the work. These four videos provide a clear explanation of the painting based on its internal structure, without recourse to importing external interpretations.
Views: 288 Adam McLean
Bosch The Garden of Earthly Delights Part 2
 
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Adam McLean analyses and explains this important painting by Hieronymus Bosch in great detail in a series of four videos lasting for a total of two hours. McLean looks at the painting through an artist's eyes. He does not impose some external interpretation as most other commentators do, but instead forensically investigates the structure and the imagery used by Bosch to form his painting. McLean thus, perhaps for the first time, has been able to cut through the seeming enigmatic nature of this painting, and shows that it is structured around a coherent pictorial narrative. Each symbol, each group of figure, the strange forms and metamorphosed animals are shown to fit into this narrative which McLean has found in the structure of the work. These four videos provide a clear explanation of the painting based on its internal structure, without recourse to importing external interpretations.
Views: 454 Adam McLean
The Garden of Earthly Delights Hieronymus Bosch Painting
 
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You can download the images of this video here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B85P6Bd8ep4qY1loSnBIRGJ3REE/view?usp=sharing The Garden of Earthly Delights is the modern title given to a triptych-painted by the Early Netherlander master Hieronymus Bosch. It has been housed in the Museo del Prado in Madrid since 1939. Dating from between 1490 and 1510, when Bosch was between about 40 and 60 years old, it is his best-known and most ambitious complete work. The triptych is painted in oil on oak and is formed from a square middle panel flanked by two other oak rectangular wings that close over the center as shutters. The outer wings, when folded, show a grisaillepainting of the earth during the biblical narrative of Creation. The three scenes of the inner triptych are probably (but not necessarily) intended to be read chronologically from left to right. The left panel depicts God presenting Eve to Adam, the central panel is a broad panorama of socially engaged nude figures, fantastical animals, over-sized fruit and hybrid stone formations. The right panel is a hellscape and portrays the torments of damnation. Art historians and critics frequently interpret the painting as a didactic warning on the perils of life's temptations. However, the intricacy of its symbolism, particularly that of the central panel, has led to a wide range of scholarly interpretations over the centuries. Twentieth-century art historians are divided as to whether the triptych's central panel is a moral warning or a panorama of paradise lost. American writer Peter S. Beagle describes it as an "erotic derangement that turns us all into voyeurs, a place filled with the intoxicating air of perfect liberty". Bosch painted three large triptychs (the others are The Last Judgment of c. 1482 and The Haywain Triptych of c. 1516) that can be read from left to right and in which each panel was essential to the meaning of the whole. Each of these three works presents distinct yet linked themes addressing history and faith. Triptychs from this period were generally intended to be read sequentially, the left and right panels often portraying Eden and the Last Judgment respectively, while the main subject was contained in the center piece. It is not known whether "The Garden" was intended as an altarpiece, but the general view is that the extreme subject matter of the inner center and right panels make it unlikely that it was intended to function in a church or monastery, but was instead commissioned by a lay-patron. O Jardim das Delícias Terrenas é um tríptico de Hieronymus Bosch, que descreve a história do Mundo a partir da criação, apresentando o paraíso terrestre e o Inferno nas asas laterais. Ao centro aparece um Bosch que celebra os prazeres da carne, com participantes desinibidos, sem sentimento de culpa. A obra expõe ainda símbolos e atividades sexuais com vividez. Especula-se sobre seus financiadores, que poderiam ser adeptos do amor livre, já que parece improvável que alguma igreja tradicional a tenha encomendado. Ligada à "utopia" por um lado, mas representando o lugar da vida humana por outro, Bosch revela uma actualidade do seu tempo, dado que essa vida está entre o paraíso e o infernocomo se conta no Génesis. O tríptico, quando fechado, tem uma citação transcrita desse livro "Ele mesmo ordenou e tudo foi criado". Entre o bem e o mal está o pecado, preposição cristã. No jardim, painel central, representações da luxúria, mensagem de fragilidade nas envolvências do vidro e das flores, reflectem um carácter efémero da vida, passagem etérea do gozo, doprazer. Enquanto "utopia", porque transcreve de modo imaginário na imagem um "real", que mais se aproxima do surreal, e representa, mesmo que toda a sociedade e a cultura Ocidental esteja marcada por essa estrutura, uma história “utópica” do seu tempo. Entre um “bem” e um “mal” está a vida e o pecado, de certo foi aplicado, mas no início seria apenas uma projecção. «Сад земных наслаждений» — самый известный триптих Иеронима Босха, получивший своё название по теме центральной части, посвящён греху сладострастия — Luxuria. Оригинальное название этой работы Босха доподлинно неизвестно. «Садом земных наслаждений» триптих назвали исследователи. В целом, ни одно из имеющихся на сегодняшний день толкований картины не признано единственно верным. Большинство теорий о значении картины развиты в XX веке.
Views: 1491 Frederico Custodio
Hieronymus Bosch: The Garden of Earthly Delights
 
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Garden of earthly delights by Jeroen Bosch inspired artits to create these objects on view in the city of den Bosch.
Views: 75 Horle Piep
Susanna 'Garden of Earthly Delights' OUT NOW
 
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Susanna's new album 'Garden of Earthly Delights' with music inspired by Hieronymus Bosch is out Feb 22 2019. STREAM: http://bit.ly/GardenofEarthlyDelights... Susanna & the Brotherhood of Our Lady Garden of Earthly Delights Susanna: voice, piano, CP80, Rhodes, electronics Stina Moltu: guitar, tape recorder, voice Ida Løvli Hidle: accordion Ina Sagstuen: voice, electronics, synth Natali Abrahamsen Garner: voice, electronics Music and lyrics composed by Susanna, inspired by Hieronymus Bosch Greek mythology and Charles Baudelaire is quoted Programming by Helge Sten and Susanna Produced by Deathprod and Susanna Recorded by Henning Svoren at Ocean Sound Recordings at Giske, Norway Additional recording by Fredrik Wallumrød at Audio Virus LAB with Helge Sten and Susanna Exterior performed, recorded and mixed by Susanna at Sonata Studios Mixed by Andrew Scheps at Punkerpad UK, Ombersley Mastered by Helge Sten at Audio Virus LAB Oslo, Norway
Views: 270 Susanna
Hieronymus Bosch's "The Garden of Earthly Delights" HD
 
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"De Profundis Clamavi" composed by Josquin performed by The Hilliard Ensemble. "The Garden of Earthly Delights" (1490-1510) by Hieronymus Bosch courtesy of Wikipedia. Bosch's wild and bizarre Renaissance masterpiece set to contemporary music. Let me know what you think.
Views: 31921 Stuff
Hieronymus Bosch - The Garden of Earthly Delights 3D
 
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3D computer animation : open the Hieronymus Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights Triptych / Heaven / Earth / Hell.
Views: 2043 L'ATELIER-LaGALERIE
Hieronymus Bosch: The Garden of Earthly Delights
 
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Details of the amazing animation by STUDIO SMACK .
Views: 224 Horle Piep
The Unspeakable Subject of Hieronymus Bosch - Joseph Leo Koerner
 
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Joseph Leo Koerner Victor S. Thomas Professor, Department of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University January 20, 2009 From the time of its original display through the present day, the subject of Hieronymus Bosch's so-called "Garden of Delights" has eluded audiences. In a lecture devoted to what is arguably the most enigmatic work in the history of art, Joseph Leo Koerner, Victor S. Thomas Professor of Art and Architecture at Harvard University, examines why Bosch's subject was made deliberately unspeakable. The lecture is part of the Art as Knowledge series, which features talks by leading art historians on the subject of how art develops and conveys knowledge. The respondent for the lecture was Christopher Heuer, Assistant Professor of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University and one of the organizers of the Art as Knowledge series. More videos on http://video.ias.edu
The Garden of Earthly Delights (Hieronymus Bosch
 
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Hieronymus Bosch; Jeroen Bosch; Jheronimous Bosch; Jeroen van Aken; Jeroen van Aeken; Jerome van Aken; Jeroen Anthoniszoon; Jheronimus van Aeken; El Bosco... All these names for an artist who was so famous that he could use the name of his hometown, and everyone new who he was. Probably born in 1450 and died in 1516. (Den Bosch or 's Hertogenbosch) Member of the Brotherhood of Our Lady. Accused of drugsabuse, insanity and being a member of a cult (The Adamites) (Adamieten) At the age of 13 he survived a huge fire in which some 4000 houses went up in flames. That could be the reason why he painted so many fires into his art. Most of the symbols he used in his paintings are long forgotten, so it is hard to understand their meaning. Jheronimus is ofthen seen as the godfather of surrealism. Most of his collection remains in Spain, for king Filip II of Spain adored his paintings. Some of his altar-pieces where taken by catholic priests and never seen again. His triptychs received comments like sick jokes and unexplainable even in his own days. And there where rumors that Jheronimus could see into the future. One of his nicknames is "le Faizeur de Dyables" The images of Hieronymus or Jheronimous Bosch are mostly described as horrific representations, torments of Hell, diabolic scenes and apocalyptic pictures inhabited by half- human half- animal creatures Biography by Web Gallery of Art http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/b/bosch/index.html link to Bosch universe http://www.jheronimusbosch-artcenter.nl/ Due to copyright i had to change the music...originaly ment to use Ministry "Grace" link to playlist of Jeroen Bosch http://www.youtube.com/user/meesterschilders#grid/user/73B81BF241DE206D
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Garden of Earthly Delights
 
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G.W. Wilson takes you on a 3D deep dive into Hieronymus Bosch's mystical masterpiece, The Garden of Earthly Delights.
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Garden of Earthly Delights Pt.3 Act I, Scene I
 
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Ballet in three acts for Symphonic Band and dancers. Act I, Scene I: The Creation of Adam and Eve. The complete ballet is published by RBC Publications, San Antonio, Texas. The performances presented here are in Xalapa, Veracruz and Veracruz, Veracruz (Mexico). The complete ballet is presented on YouTube as well as many other works by composer Leroy Osmon. This ballet is drawn from the painting The Garden of Earthly Delights by Bosch and was first conducted by Capitan Cesar Amora with the Banda Sinfonica del Gobierno del Estado of Veracruz (Ruben Flores, director at the time of performance). Funding for this was made possible, in part, by the American Music Center (NY,NY) The company performing this work is Vera-Danza (Jorge Luis Ortiz, director). Lead dancer is Jerika Brito Sosa.
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An Interpretation of Paradise | Jordan B Peterson
 
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A short clip on Hieronymus Bosch's representation of paradise.The benefits of actual existence without all of the catastrophe that goes along with it. Clip from the fourth lecture of my Biblical Series: Adam and Eve: Self-Consciousness, Evil, and Death. The full video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ifi5KkXig3s Want to support this channel? Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jordanbpeterson Relevant Links: JB Peterson Online Psychological Programs: NEW: BFAS Personality Assessment: http://www.understandmyself.com Self Authoring: http://selfauthoring.com/ Books: 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos: https://jordanbpeterson.com/12-rules-... Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief: https://jordanbpeterson.com/maps-of-m... Jordan Peterson Website: http://jordanbpeterson.com/ Podcast: http://jordanbpeterson.com/jordan-b-p... Reading List: http://jordanbpeterson.com/2017/03/gr... Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordanbpeterson
pink floyd - shine onyou crazy diamond . full
 
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Animated interpretation of 'The Garden Of Earthly Delights' by Hieronymus Bosch .https://vimeo.com/191632804
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500-Year-Old Creepy Painting: Garden of Earthly Delights, by Hieronymus Bosch
 
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Not much is known about the early Dutch painter, Hieronymus Bosch. He produced this masterful triptych somewhere between 1490 and 1510. It's unknown what the original name of it was, if it had any. The three panels, from left to right, clearly show Eden, then the central "garden" of sensuous pleasure, then hell.
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BOSCH: The Garden of Dreams (International trailer)
 
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The documentary film 'El Bosco, the garden of dreams', produced by LópezLiFilms and the Prado Museum, which this year commemorates the fifth centenary of the painter's death with a major exhibition entitled `El Bosco. La exposición del Centenario´. Under the direction of Jose Luis Lopez Linares, the documentary film focuses on the the most important painting by El Bosco and one of the most iconic ones in the world: `The Garden of Earthly Delights'. It features artists, writers, philosophers, musicians and scientists, discussing the personal, historical and artistic significance of the picture, bringing back a conversation that was started 500 years ago in the court of the Dukes of Nassau (Brussels) when it was believed that the painting was commissioned by Bosch. There is very little data on the identity and biography of Bosch, which helps feeding the enigma of the meaning hidden in his works. As Falkenburg, narrator of the documentary and debate moderator with all participants, says "At the end of the novel, the writer reveals the mystery. In this case, the author does not want you to solve the mystery, wants you to stay in it.". Pannonia Entertainment distributes this stunning 90 min documentary to cinemas across Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland and China. http://pannonia-entertainment.com/video/bosch-the-garden-of-dreams/
The Garden of Earthly Delights
 
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Excerpts from "Before The Flood"
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details from "Garden of Earthly Delights" Oil panel in a wonderful artwork
 
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support me like and subscribe The Garden of Earthly Delights is oil painting on oak panel painted by Hieronymus Bosch,when Bosch was between 40 and 60 years old، the panel housed in the Museo del Prado in Madrid since 1939 Bosch painted three large triptychs. that can be read from left to right and in which each panel was essential to the meaning of the whole. Each of these three works presents distinct yet linked themes addressing history and faith. حديقة المباهج الأرضية العمل الفني الأكثر شهرة للفنان الهولندي هيرونيموس بوس لوحة زيتية رمزية بحجم 220 في 389 سم رسمها بين سنوات 1500 - 1505 Apocalypse Orchestra - The Garden Of Earthly Delights (Official Music Video)، The Garden of Earthly Delights (Part 1)،Renaissance Revolution - Season 1 Ep. 2 - The Garden of Earthly Delights، XTC - Garden of Earthly Delights [HQ]، PG-13) CGI Animation 4K "PARADISE" - by Studio Smack، The Mysteries of Hieronymus Bosch Hieronymus Bosch Butt Music، Hieronymus Bosch Art Documentary with Brian Sewell،12 IDEAS FOR KIDS ARTWORK YOU MAY ACTUALLY WANT TO HANG، ARTWORK disco & house set in The Lab LDN، 13 CUTE IDEAS FOR KIDS ARTWORK، Woven Hand - Oil On Panel، Woven Hand-Oil On Panel، How to make Oil Painting Panels!، Museo Nacional del Prado، معرض للوحات جيروم بوش الزيتية في ذكرى مرور خمسة قرون على رحيله، 06 سيميا هيرونيموس بوش، حديقة المباهج الأرضية - هيرونيموس بوش ֻֻ| فن بلانش، oil painting لوحات زيتية facebook https://www.facebook.com/mymusiclist blogger http://mymusiclist25.blogspot.com
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Garden of Earthly Delights Hieronymus Bosch  Choral Arrangement
 
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When Hieronymus Bosch painted The Garden of Earthly Delights some time between the years of 1490 and 1510, the man clearly had a lot on his mind. His triptych shows a hallucinatory landscape: There is Adam and Eve, for example, and there is a man flying on the back of a bird-lion grasping a bear in its talons. The three sections of the painting, all of which are currently housed in the Prado Museum, Madrid, have captivated viewers for centuries, and this week a university student in Oklahoma found another reason to take a closer look. Amelia, "a hard-of-hearing music and information systems double major," posted a close-up on Tumblr of "the posterior of one of the many tortured denizens of the rightmost panel of the painting which is intended to represent Hell." The figure has a musical score stenciled across both cheeks, and Amelia translated it into modern notation and made a recording.
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Ballet: The Garden of Earthly Delights by Leroy Osmon
 
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NOTE: The Introduction is 10:30 seconds, at this point the dancers enter the stage. The performance at the 16th International Conference of the World Association of Symphonic Bands and Ensembles (WASBE) in San Jose, California on July 13, 2015 marked the American première of “The Garden of Earthly Delights.” This recording is of that historical performance in the California Theater by the University of Houston Moores School of Music Wind Ensemble under the direction of David Bertman, and members of Dance Houston, Andrea Cody, Director. Following this American premiere, “The Garden of Earthly Delights” was hailed as “one of the most significant contributions to wind band literature in the past 100 years.” “The Garden of Earthly Delights” is the first ballet for full symphonic band composed for an internationally-acclaimed dance company in Mexico. The work is published by RBC Publications of San Antonio, Texas. Efforts have been made in editing this recording to remove ambiant dance sound. The ballet consists of an “Introduction,” three “Acts” (each having four “Scenes”) and an “Interlude” before “Act III.” The scenario is from the Hieronymus Bosch 1504 painting which came to be known as “The Garden of Earthly Delights.” The ballet is dedicated to Capt. Cesar Amora Aguilar (conductor for the world première performance in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico). The titles for each Act and Scene are taken directly from specific sections of the Bosch painting. The inspiration for the individual sections came from the painting as a whole as well as from the smallest of images within the painting. The various styles found within the music are directly related to the images on the canvas: from the harsh to the sublime; from the abstract to the realistic. The music is a graphic representation of the Bosch painting and follows the same biblical narrative. Act I represents the “left” panel and depicts the presentation of Eve to Adam, the Serpent, various predatory beasts, and the passing of Eden. Act II presents Noah (represented by the continuous playing of a two-note motif), lust, eroticism and the violation of innocence, complete with a cast of nude characters and fantastical animals. Act III, the right panel, has been described by art historians as a “hellscape and portrays the torments of damnation” via a dance of perverted love and lust, death, and vanity and ending with an hallucinating nightmare. Although historians and critics may very well have interpreted the painting as a didactic warning on the perils of life’s torments of damnation, composer Leroy Osmon viewed the painting as a representation of a true garden of earthly delights; an erotic garden, described by American writer Peter S. Beagle as “a place filled with the intoxicating air of perfect liberty.” Osmon’s ballet represents a musical panorama of this lost paradise. Several works from the composer are represented in this composition. When the request to compose the ballet was presented to the composer, Osmon was working on an homage to Ravel and the revision of an early piano concerto. The decision was made to include both works in the ballet along with new material. There are three direct references to Ravel (the composer that Osmon describes as “defining my harmonic world”), as well as two complete movements of the piano concerto that made their way into the ballet. There are brief moments from other composers--Ives, Grainger, Alwyn, Lloyd, and Revueltas, among others--that have both inspired and lead the way harmonically and rhythmically for composer Leroy Osmon for more than 50 years.
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