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Ascent of the Blessed

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Year  after 1490
Location  Palazzo Vecchio
Period  Northern Renaissance
Artist  Hieronymus Bosch
Created  1500–1504
Genre  Christian art
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Part of series  Visions of the Hereafter Polyptych
Similar  Hieronymus Bosch artwork, Christian art

Ascent of the Blessed is a Hieronymus Bosch painting made after 1490. It is in the Palazzo Ducale, in Venice, Italy.

This painting is part of a polyptych of four panels entitled Visions of the Hereafter. The others are Terrestrial Paradise, Fall of the Damned into Hell and Hell.

Near-death experience researcher Sam Parnia wrote that the painting resembles imagery typically associated with an NDE, in particular angels escorting people down a tunnel of white light. He had a subject in particular write to him specifically referencing the painting, saying that it very much resembled what he saw during his NDE. It is unknown if Bosch himself ever experienced an NDE or had someone relate to him such an experience.

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Ascent of the Blessed Wikipedia


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