Copy by Michel Mancini of the tryptich the Haywain of Hieronymus Bosch

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Copy by Michel Mancini of the Haywain (Prado Museum Madrid) by Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516)
Left Panel of a copy by Michel Mancini of the Haywain from Hieronymus Bosch --Central Panel of a copy by Michel Mancini of the Haywain from Hieronymus Bosch --Right Panel of a copy by Michel Mancini of the Haywain from Hieronymus Bosch
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In this triptych, Hieronymus Bosch pretends recount how all social classes want to get their share of the haywain, id est their share of pleasures and wealth.

He depicts how the most powerful, such as emperors, kings, popes and bishops who are on the left of the central panel have no problem to get their "ration of pleasure" whereas it is not easy for the less powerful classes of the society who have to trample over each other or kill each other and even are attacked by demons to get few of these pleasures.

The scene could be inspired by a Flemish proverb which says : " The world is a haywain from which everybody takes what he can."

All kinds of persons are thronging around the haywain, and from the Pope to the most plebeian people is grabbing hay handfuls.

It is a crushing satire of a world who abandoned God.

The theme of the work is mainly due to the fact that Hieronymus Bosch was a moralistic painter, criticising the society of his time. This painting is an exact reflection of his corresponding attitude.

In his famous triptych the Garden of Delights, he used the same moralistic principles as those represented again in this work.

The Haywain shows the hell of vices, denounces the seeking for the ephemeral earthly richness, which announces the vanity of the following centuries.

See details of the left panel which represents the earthly Paradise.
See details of the central panel which represents the Haywain, strictly speaking.
See details of the right panel which represents Hell.

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Oil copy on canvas of the triptych the Haywain by Hieronymus van Aaken known as Hieronymus Bosch at the Prado Museum in Madrid Oil copy on canvas of the triptych the Haywain by Hieronymus van Aaken known as Hieronymus Bosch at the Prado Museum in Madrid Oil copy on canvas of the triptych the Haywain by Hieronymus van Aaken known as Hieronymus Bosch at the Prado Museum in Madrid
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