Artist Jeroen Bosch is not as famous as other fellow Dutchmen like Vincent Van Gogh and Rembrandt Van Rijn but to me he's another genius with a very unique style, really mindblowing! He lived in a very dark era when religion ruled and everybody was afraid to go to hell. Many of his paintings shows these anger and his vision of hell, often these paintings look like paranoid schizophrenic visual hallucinations. Well, if you want to experience the art of Jeroen Bosch, this museum (the entrance fee is very friendly) is a must, what an overwhelming tribute, hosted in a church and designed very innovatively and creatively. For me the most exciting element in this museum is the huge hanging weird sculptures, derived from his paintings, you will notice these everywhere! After visiting the groundfloor (featuring lots of different parts, from statues to a huge projection screen), you can take the elevator (or the small staircase) to the fifth floor and then gradually descend to all other floors. On every floor are paintings that take you into the mindblowing world of Jeroen Bosch. If you return to the groundfloor, there is a tavern with a staircase downwards and a cellar with the working place of Jeroen Bosch, very interesting. Not to be missed!
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