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New Installation. Jheronimus Bosch Gallery, by Alejandro Vergara

Room 56 A of the Villanueva Building, devoted to Jheronimus Bosch but closed since the Covid-19 crisis led to the temporary closure of the Museum, has reopened. Visitors can now see a new display that offers a clearer vision of the works and an optimal use of space.

With the support of Samsung as a Technology Sponsor, the Museo Nacional del Prado has reopened its gallery devoted to Jheronimus Bosch with a new installation that marks a radical rethinking from a technical viewpoint.

New supports have been designed and made for three of the triptychs and the gallery now has a table-case, a new lighting system, new graphics and a screen which shows enlarged details of the works.

While the paintings remain in the same locations within the gallery, some formal aspects of the previous installation needed updating and improving. For this reason the display has been modified to gain more circulation space for visitors, improve the accessibility of the works, individualise the lighting of the different triptychs to enhance the overall viewing experience of all the paintings on display and take into account the requirements deriving from the implementation of the Emergency Protection of Collections Plan.