As a contemporary of the renowned Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci, the artist Hieronymus Bosch is instead an artist of the Middle Ages. Rather than creating works that expressed the new humanism of the Renaissance, this artist epitomized the works of the Middle Ages with his sombre visions of sin and corruption. In this 30-minute video, find out more about this artist and the works that he created during this time of profound change. Philip II collected many of his works, and viewers can see those works in the Prado. The intense detail of Bosch's works and their imaginative expression of man's sin are explored in this video that teaches about one of the best painters of medieval artworks. The irony of one of the best medieval artists working during the Renaissance is a focus of this fascinating look at the man and his works.