Hieronymus Bosch (Dutch, c. 1450–1516)
The Garden of Earthly Delights triptych (detail)
The surreal imagery in Hieronymus Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights continues to fascinate viewers 500 years after its creation. Full of naked figures, fantastical creatures, and giant strawberries, the triptych depicts the Garden of Eden, Earth, and Hell. The left panel portrays God with Adam and Eve in paradise; the right panel, the torment of damnation. This 1,000-piece puzzle features the center panel: the temptations on Earth, particularly the sin of lust.
Dimensions: 25" x 25"