The best parts of the new Bosch documentary are the paintings themselves. “The Garden of Earthly Delights” (circa 1494-1516, shown here in detail) is on display in Madrid’s Prado Museum, where officials weren’t eager to lend it for a show in Bosch’s Dutch hometown.
The best parts of the new Bosch documentary are the paintings themselves. “The Garden of Earthly Delights” (circa 1494-1516, shown here in detail) is on display in Madrid’s Prado Museum, where officials weren’t eager to lend it for a show in Bosch’s Dutch hometown. Kino Lorber
The best parts of the new Bosch documentary are the paintings themselves. “The Garden of Earthly Delights” (circa 1494-1516, shown here in detail) is on display in Madrid’s Prado Museum, where officials weren’t eager to lend it for a show in Bosch’s Dutch hometown. Kino Lorber

In ‘Hieronymus Bosch’ the paintings, and KC, are the stars: 2.5 stars

September 15, 2016 01:00 PM