“The Garden of Earthly Delights” is the most famous work by Hieronymus Bosch, known as a master of Early Netherlandish Renaissance art, with much of his work tinged with macabre overtones.
Depicting a fantastically surreal world that ranges from orgiastic pleasure to terrifying horror, Bosch’s “The Garden of Earthly Delights” has fascinated the public for centuries and has captivated and confounded historians. It dates from between 1490 and 1510, now housed in Madrid’s Prado Museum, since 1939.
The triptych intend to be read from left to right, as each panel’s meaning is interconnected. The central and most well-known panel is what the piece takes its name after. This garden shows the surreal and bizarre temptations on Earth.
By including this masterpiece into the collection is given a new life, meaning and a tribute to the Old Master.
“The Garden of Earthly Delights” SS18 – Robert Ivanovski @robertivanovski
Photography: Darko Moraitov @darkomoraitov
Models: Milka Puharic & Viktor Pecev (Modeling Agency – Models In)
Hair: Social Hair Salon
MUA: Ivana Prodanova
Location: Florakom – “Parkovi i zelenilo” – Skopje