Visions of the Hereafter by Hieronymus Bosch was created in 1490 – 1500. The painting is in Galleria dell’Accademia Venezia. The size of the work is (each panel) 86,5 x 39,5 and is made as an oil on panel.
The Visions of the Hereafter, from the collection of cardinal Domenico Grimani (1461–1523), were not taken to Vienna during Austrian rule and stayed in Venice, going from the Palazzo Ducale to the Gallerie dell’Accademia, where they have been permanently housed since 2010. Opinion among scholars is divided as to whether the “visions” were actually part of a much more complex composition, possibly on the theme of the Last Judgment, and that they may have been intended as side panels. (Read more in Galleria dell’Accademia Venezia)
About the Artist: Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch was born in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Little is known of Bosch’s life or training. Bosch lived all his life in and near ‘s-Hertogenbosch, which was located in the Duchy of Brabant. He became a popular painter in his lifetime and often received commissions from abroad. In the 20th century, when changing artistic tastes made artists like Bosch more palatable to the European imagination, it was sometimes argued that Bosch’s art was inspired by heretical points of view as well as by obscure hermetic practices. Read more
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