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"Paradise on earth" is a tripteryx by the early netherlandic master eronymis bos (circa 1495-1505), which is translated as "creation of eve" and "garden of entertainment". It has been collected by the prado museum in Madrid since 1939. It was painted between 1490 and 1510, when bose was in his forties or fifties. It shows Bosch at his best; The complexity of meaning and vivid imagery of his paintings are unparalleled in other works.
The oil oak triptych is composed of a square middle panel flanked by two other rectangular oak wings that close the center's shutters. The outer wings, when folded, show grisaille's drawings of the ground bible narrative in the creation process of three scenes in which triplets may (but may not) be read in chronological order from left to right. Depicting god presents eve and Adam on the left panel, the panel center is a panorama of socially engaged nude figures, dreamlike animals, oversized fruit and mixed stone formations. The right panel is a hellscape, depicting the torture of a curse.
Art historians and critics often interpret painting as a didactic warning of the dangers of life's temptations. However, the intricacies of its symbolism, particularly the central control panel, have led to a wide range of academic interpretations over the past few centuries. Twentieth-century art historians are divided whether the triple central panel is a moral warning or a panorama of lost paradise. The American writer Peter s. beagle described it as "a sexual disorder that leaves us all voyeurs, one place full of intoxicating air, completely free." In his lifetime, bose painted three large triptych paintings that can be read from left to right, where the overall meaning of each panel is essential. These three works take on unique and connected themes that address history and faith. Triplets from this period are generally intended to be read in sequence, with the left and right panels often depicting Eden and the final judgment, while the main subject contains the centerpiece. It does not know whether the "garden" was intended as an altar, but the prevailing view is that the extreme subject matter within the center and right panel makes it impossible, and that its purpose is to operate in a church or monastery, but to be converted by laymen to commission.
Bose (about 1450 ~ 1516), his real name is guillaume van egen, was born in the Dutch town of certo hbos near Antwerp, so he was named bose. I studied painting in my hometown with my grandfather and father since I was young, and I am good at painting works full of folk interest with fine brushwork. He painted the chapel of the brotherhood of Mary in st. John's church. Since most of bose's works are not dated, it is difficult to clarify the formation of his style. His main works include three-leaf altar paintings haycart, garden of joy on earth, the lure of Tony and the last judgment. Is generally considered the founder of surrealism.