Details: This poster is of the Haywain Triptych, by Hieronymus Bosch. The Haywain triptych has a similar narrative to the The Garden of Earthly Delights, with the left panel showing Eden, the middle panel showing figures engaged in a variety of sins, and the right panel depicting hell. This poster shows the left panel: At the top, the rebel angels are cast out of Heaven; the angels turn into insects as they break through the clouds. Below this, God creates Eve from the rib of Adam. Next, Adam and Eve find the serpent and the tree. Finally, at the lowest part of the panel, the angel forces the two out of the Garden of Eden. Adam speaks with the angel; Eve looks ahead to the right in a melancholic pose.
Hieronymus Bosch (born Jeroen Anthoniszoon van Aken c.2 October 1453 - August 9, 1516) was an Early Netherlandish painter. The artist's work is well-known for the use of fantastic imagery to illustrate moral and religious concepts and narratives. Bosch produced several triptychs. Among his most famous is The Garden of Earthly Delights. Bosch's works and his depictions of sinful humanity, his conceptions of Heaven and Hell are now seen as consistent with those of late medieval didactic literature and sermons. It is generally accepted that Bosch¿s art was created to teach specific moral and spiritual truths in the manner of other Northern Renaissance figures. Some see Bosch as a proto-type medieval surrealist
This poster is usually printed with a thin white edge border.