Death and the Miser by Hieronymus Bosch - c. 1485/1490
Hieronymus Bosch : Death and the Miser - c. 1485/1490.
Death and the Miser (also known at Death of the Usurer) is a Northern Renaissance painting by Hieronymus Bosch produced between 1490-1516 in Northern Europe. It is a memento mori painting, which is meant to remind the viewer of the inevitability of death and the futility of the pursuit of material wealth, illustrating the sin of greed.
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