NY Post: Don’t miss Madrid’s summer of surreal art

When the artist Hieronymus Bosch passed away 500 years ago in the little Dutch town of ’s-Hertogenbosch, he left behind an astonishing and groundbreaking portfolio — with intricate scenes of monstrous figures doing the wackiest things — that continue to inspire disciples and perplex experts to this day.

Madrid’s Prado Museum, longtime home to several of Bosch’s most famous works, including his masterpiece, “The Garden of Earthly Delights,” is paying deep respect to the artist this summer with “Bosch: The 5th Centenary Exhibition,” the first time that so many of his works have been shown together at once, and most likely the last time they ever will again.

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NY Post: Don’t miss Madrid’s summer of surreal art