The Garden of Earthly Delights, Hieronymus Bosch
The scenes depicted in the triptych are thought to follow a chronological order, flowing from left-to-right they represent respectively, Eden, the garden of earthly delights, and Hell. God appears as the creator of humanity in the left hand wing, while the consequences of his will are implied in the right. However, God is absent from the central panel. Instead, this panel shows humanity acting with free will and engaging in various sexual activities. The right hand panel is believed to show God wreaking vengeance for these sins in a hellscape.
It has been housed in the Museo del Prado in Madrid since 1939.
The size of the piece is immense, with each wing 97 x 219 cm big, and even bigger central panel with the size of 195 x 220 cm.