Recently got some new watercolors, and are trying them out on some Bosch copies (that's a link to a Bosch virtual tour, complete with eerie music!). I really liked it when Bosch came up in medieval and renaissance art courses, just because the papers we had to read on his work always seemed to come from art historians who were just as baffled as we were. What does the man carrying a fish mean? Why is the bird man pooping bubble humans? The Hell portion of the triptych is fascinating and appears on lots of psychology textbooks, but my favorite is The Garden of Earthly Delights. Is this meant to be Eden? Earth? Millennial Earth? Who knows! The fact that a single artist managed to have and execute such a wildly imaginative, original vision makes me very happy.