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TREASURES MUSEUMS (2016) BOSCH TRIPTYCH SETID92867032

TREASURES MUSEUMS (2016) BOSCH TRIPTYCH SET

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On this occasion the broadcast is dedicated to Jheronimus van Aken, better known as Bosch, in the V Centenary of his death, representing the most emblematic works of the artist exhibited in the Prado Museum.

In the obverses of the pieces, the central panel of the triptych entitled "The Garden of Earthly Delights" is reproduced, made between 1500 and 1505 by Hieronymus van Aeken Bosch, the Bosco, which is kept in the Museo Nacional del Prado, in Madrid.

In the reverse, details of the three panels that make up the aforementioned triptych are reproduced.

Information about the Coin
Series 4TH SERIE SPANISH MUSEUMS  
Year 2016  
Colour Yes  
Quality Proof  
Face Value (Euro) 50
Size (mm) 60X60 / 30X60  
Alloy (‰) 999  
Metal Silver  
Weight (g) 135  
Maximum Mintage (units) 2,000  

The Garden of Earthly Delights, triptych

On the obverse is reproduced, in colors, an image of the central panel of the triptych entitled "The Garden of Earthly Delights", made between 1500 and 1505 by Hieronymus van Aeken Bosch, the Bosco, which is preserved in the Museo Nacional del Prado, in Madrid.

The central panel, which gives the triptych its name, shares a common horizon with the left panel. The garden is full of male and female nudes, along with a wide variety of animals, plants and fruits. Fantastic creatures are mixed with the real; plants and fruits of erotic connotations appear represented to a gigantic size; men and women, in groups or couples, performing various sports and activities with a strong sexual charge, alluding to the theme that dominates the table, the sin of lust.

On the reverse, a detail of the central panel of the triptych entitled "The Garden of Earthly Delights" is reproduced.

Rectangular coins of 25 Euro of face value.

On the obverse of the first piece an image of the left panel of the triptych entitled "The Garden of Earthly Delights" is reproduced in colors, made between 1500 and 1505 by Hieronymus van Aeken Bosch, the Bosco, which is conserved in the Museo Nacional del Prado , in Madrid.

In the first panel of the painting the paradise of the Garden of Eden is represented, at which time God presents Eve to Adam. Next to the first man and the first woman appears the Tree of Life (an exotic dragon tree) and, in the background, to the right, the Tree of Good and Evil (a palm tree), around which the enticing snake coils .

On the reverse of the first piece a detail of the left panel of the triptych entitled "The Garden of Earthly Delights" is reproduced.

On the obverse of the second piece an image of the right panel of the triptych entitled "The Garden of Earthly Delights" is reproduced in colors.

Hell is represented in the right panel. If in the central panel dominated the lust, in the Hell all Capital Sins are punished. In a single scene with great details, the viewer witnesses cities in flames, war, torture chambers, infernal taverns, demons and mutated animals that feed on human flesh.

On the reverse of the second piece a detail of the right panel of the triptych entitled "The Garden of Earthly Delights" is reproduced.

Square coin of 50 Euro of face value.

On the obverse is reproduced in colors an image of the central panel of the triptych entitled - The Garden of Delights -, made between 1500 and 1505 by Hieronymus van Aeken Bosch, the Bosco, which is preserved in the Museo Nacional del Prado, in Madrid.

The central panel, which gives the triptych its name, shares a common horizon with the left panel. The garden is full of male and female nudes, along with a wide variety of animals, plants and fruits. Fantastic creatures are mixed with the real; plants and fruits of erotic connotations appear represented to a gigantic size; men and women, in groups or couples, performing various sports and activities with a strong sexual charge, alluding to the theme that dominates the table, the sin of lust.

On the reverse a detail of the central panel of the triptych entitled - The Garden of Earthly Delights - is reproduced.

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