MADRID - The Prado Museum announced on Friday it would extend its spectacular exhibition, "Bosch. The 5th Centenary Exhibition," until Sept. 25.
The museum has already been forced to extend its usual opening hours to cope with the high public demand for the Hieronymus Bosch spectacle, according to a Prado Museum press release.
This is a once-only chance to see together the largest selection of Bosch's paintings ever assembled.
The collection has been divided into six thematic sections: The Childhood and Ministry of Christ; The Saints; From Paradise to Hell; The Garden of Earthly Delights; The World and Men: Mortal Sins and non-religious works; and The Passion of Christ.
The programme includes an audio-visual space entitled "Infinite Garden", specially created by artist Álvaro Perdices and filmmaker Andrés Sanz.