Hieronymus Bosch Hid Music On A Subject's Naked Ass
Hieronymus Bosch painted his famous "The Garden of Earthly Delights" between 1490 and 1510. An epic triptych that spans Eden, heaven, and hell on three enormously detailed panels, this spiritual predecessor to Where's Waldo? is chock-full of symbolism and veiled musings on human nature and morality.
In one corner, the Wizard Whitebeard proves the existence of free will.
Also, plenty of good, old-fashioned butt music.
Look a little bit closer and it soon becomes very, very evident that Bosch is a major ass man. The painting is not only full of butts, but features plenty of people sticking things into said butts. Here's a damned soul who surrendered a perfect bull's eye in a hellish variant of darts:
"We call 'em 'Brown Eyes.'"
It's easy to think that's just one of the many punishments in the "hell" section of the artwork. After all, it's not like the Eden and heaven panels feature weird ass stuff. Oh, wait -- have some horticultural sodomy:
Roses are red, violets are blue, Bury both stems in number two