A close-in view shows Christ and a dozen other figures, but the cross itself is projected unusually.
The only panel surviving from a triptych. An original composition and almost personal involvement of the viewer.
A truly giant saint, in a landscape with sinister and disturbing events taking place.
Bosch’s Passion Scenes is an unusual painting, combining multi-frame and multiplex narrative in the round. Is it unique?
I have several times written that early western painting, until the late Renaissance, not uncommonly incorporated multiple copies […]