Name: The Haywain. (central panel)
Artist: Hieronymus Bosch
Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain
This is the centre panel the famous triptych, knows as the 'The Haywain'. It depicts an astonishing array of inventiveness, even by Bosch's own extraordinary creations. There are dozens of naked figures, men and women, cavorting and caressing in a landscape filled with strange objects, buildings and oversized fruits and birds. It may be that the Haywain shows mankind given to sin, completely neglectful of God's law and unaware of the fate, which is awaiting them.