Art in Detail_BOSCH, Hieronymus, Table of the Seven Deadly Sins

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Art in Detail BOSCH, Hieronymus Table of the Seven Deadly Sins

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BOSCH, Hieronymus Table of the Seven Deadly Sins 1505 - 1510 Oil on poplar panel Museo del Prado, Madrid Since 1898 its authenticity has been questioned several times. In 2015 the Bosch Research Conservation Project claimed it to be by a follower, but scholars at the Prado dismissed this argument.

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BOSCH, Hieronymus Table of the Seven Deadly Sins Latin Inscriptions of Deuteronomy Above and below the central image are inscription in Latin of Deuteronomy 32:28–29

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"For they are a nation void of counsel, neither is there any understanding in them"

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"O that they were wise, that they understood this, that they would consider their latter end!"

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BOSCH, Hieronymus Table of the Seven Deadly Sins Christ Christ rising from his tomb as the Man of Sorrows, displaying the wound in his side.

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The Latin inscription Cave cave d[omi]n[u]s videt ("Beware, Beware, The Lord Sees").

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BOSCH, Hieronymus Table of the Seven Deadly Sins Seven Deadly Sins Each panel in the outer circle depicts a different sin.

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Gluttony (gula): A drunkard swigs from a bottle while a fat man eats greedily, not heeding the plea of his equally obese young son.

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Sloth (acedia): A lazy man dozes in front of the fireplace while Faith appears to him in a dream, in the guise of a nun, to remind him to say his prayers.

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Lust (luxuria): Two couples enjoy a picnic in a pink tent, with two clowns (right) to entertain them.

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Pride (superbia): With her back to the viewer, a woman looks at her reflection in a mirror held up by a demon.

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Wrath (ira): A woman attempts to break up a fight between two drunken peasants.

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Envy (invidia): A couple standing in their doorway cast envious looks at a rich man with a hawk on his wrist and a servant to carry his heavy load for him, while their daughter flirts with a man standing outside her window, with her eye on the well-filled purse at his waist. The dogs illustrate the Flemish saying, “Two dogs and only one bone, no agreement”.

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Greed (avaricia): A crooked judge pretends to listen sympathetically to the case presented by one party to a lawsuit, while slyly accepting a bribe from the other party.

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BOSCH, Hieronymus Table of the Seven Deadly Sins Four Last Things Four small circle detail the four last things — Death, Judgment, Heaven, and Hell

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Death ... Death of the Sinner, death is shown at the doorstep along with an angel and a demon while the priest says the sinner's last rites.

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Judgment ... Christ is shown in glory while angels awake the dead.

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Hell ... demons torment sinners according to their sins.

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Glory ... the saved are entering Heaven, with Jesus and the saints, at the gate of Heaven an Angel prevents a demon from ensnaring a woman. Saint Peter is shown as the gatekeeper.

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Art in Detail_BOSCH, Hieronymus_ Table of the Seven Deadly Sins panel images and text credit   www. Music wav.        created olga.e. thanks for watching oes

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