1000-piece Hieronymus Bosch The Garden of Earthly Delights Jigsaw Puzzle

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This 1000-piece puzzle features a reproduction of the iconic triptych painting by the Dutch master painter Hieronymus Bosch, known for his highly imaginative and surreal artworks. The Garden of Earthly Delights painting depicts a vivid and intricate depiction of paradise, earthly delights, and hell, and offers endless details and hidden meanings to discover.

Perfect for art enthusiasts, puzzle collectors, and anyone looking for a unique and engaging way to relax and unwind, the Hieronymus Bosch The Garden of Earthly Delights jigsaw puzzle is a must-have addition to any puzzle collection. With its stunning artwork, high-quality construction, and challenging design, it is sure to provide countless hours of enjoyment and earthly delight.

Discover the intricate details of Hieronymus Bosch's The Garden of Earthly Delights with Eurographics' 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle, perfect for both fine art enthusiasts and puzzle lovers.
  • Finished puzzle size: 19.25" x 26.5"
  • Box size: 10" x 14" x 2.37"
  • Officially Licensed premium reproduction of Hieronymus Bosch's The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1503-1515 
  • Strong high-quality puzzle pieces
  • Made from recycled board and printed with vegetable based ink

Arranged as a triptych, which means it consists of three panels that can be opened and closed like shutters, it depicts the union of Adam and Eve on the left panel, the aforementioned bacchanal on the sprawling central panel, and a bawdy Hell on a panel to the right.

The painting's central panel is the most famous and depicts a surreal and fantastical world filled with humans, animals, and hybrid creatures engaging in various activities. From a man riding a giant shell carried by a group of frogs to a large bird with a knife sticking out of its beak, there's no shortage of bizarre and fascinating details to discover while piecing the puzzle together. The painting has been interpreted in many different ways, but it is generally thought to represent the dangers of temptation and excess.

The painting largely depicts an unbridled, deeply imaginative romp. But Bosch’s overarching message here—and the intricate, sneaky symbolism that powers it—is decidedly more complex. Themes of sin, punishment, and Hell also permeate the masterpiece.

“If we look closely, the only thing that connects Paradise with Hell is sin.”