Peter Paul Rubens- The Raising of The Cross
The Garden of Earthly Delights painted by Hieronymus Bosch is a triptych painted with oil on panel during the Northern Renaissance time period. Master Hieronymus Bosch painted this between (1480–1515). The Garden of Earthly Delights measures about 13 feet by 7 feet when all three panels are open. This painting is housed in the Museo Del Prado in Madrid since 1939. Another triptych painting with the more traditional values for atriptych altarpiece is The Raising of The Cross by Peter Paul Rubens. This painting is from Flemish baroque time period and was painted during (1610-1611). Each are respectfully different in there on specific ways. The reason I have chosen to compare these paintings is because they are similar in the sense of both being triptychs but are respectfully different in there own ways. These paintingsare each very meaningful triptychs but they are painted in there own theme, and technique, and each have significancesubject matter within each other.
The Raising of The Cross by Peter Paul Rubens is an extraordinary painting which is known for the incredible realistic characteristics within this a triptych. The Raising of the cross is more of the traditional type of triptych. The Rubenistes is a term meaning Rubens way of painting, with the use of color to express the emotional characteristics of his individuals. Rubens painting are highly idealized. This painting expresses the more common type of triptych qualities that we are used to. Compared to Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights they are both triptychs, both are extremely different in the sense of the story that comes along within these paintings. This painting was done for the high alter of the church of St. Walburga. This was the first majoraltarpiece that Ruben painted after his return to Antwerp. It’s very subject Christ the rising exemplifies the Baroque time...