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Allegory of gluttony and voluptuousness

Hieronymus Bosch • Painting, 1490-th , 34.9×31.4 cm
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31.4 × 34.9 cm • 218 dpi
46.3 × 50.8 cm • 150 dpi
23.2 × 25.4 cm • 300 dpi
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About the artwork
Art form: Painting
Subject and objects: Genre scene, Allegorical scene
Style of art: Northern Renaissance
Technique: Oil
Materials: Wood
Date of creation: 1490-th
Size: 34.9×31.4 cm
Artwork in selections: 21 selections
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Description of the artwork «Allegory of gluttony and voluptuousness»

Board "Allegory of gluttony and voluptuousness" it is considered a fragment the lost triptych "the Seven deadly sins" (presumably the lower third of the left inner panel). To the top of this panel include the work "Ship of fools". Another lost panel of the triptych may have been "Death of a miser" and external doors - "The traveler". So now the four surviving fragment of the triptych are not only in different museums, but on different continents: "Ship of fools" moored in the Louvre, a little village settled in Rotterdam, the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, "the death of the miser" is spelled out in the National gallery of art in Washington, and "Allegory" - Art gallery of Yale University in Connecticut.