In the year the Prado Museum celebrates his Bicentennial, and after recently celebrating the 500th anniversary of his death, Bosco becomes the second protagonist of a MOOC in which his work, his style and his way of understanding the world are analyzed.
The Prado Museum Y Telephone today they presented “El Bosco en el Museo del Prado” with the aim of sharing the knowledge of this painting icon through an online course, which will be offered free of charge and exclusively through the Miríadax platform.
El Bosco is a universal artist, one of the references of the Museum together with Velázquez and Goya. Arouse interest among all cultures and generations. In fact, centuries after its conception, its proposals still intrigue and amaze.
In that sense, his look into the human soulBased on detail and an overflowing imagination, it is a reflection, at the same time, of the thought of his time, of the painter's own artistic intuition and of his knowledge of the weaknesses of humanity. Its mysteries are our mysteries, which the participants in the course will be able to discover through the highest quality content
In the MOOC (online, massive and free courses), all the works of Bosco are recounted and detailed in the Prado Museum, the most complete of any institution, from The Stone of Madness, The Table of Deadly Sins, to the three impressive triptychs that complete the collection: The Adoration of the Magi, The Hay Wagon and of course, The Garden of Earthly Delights, which, being one of the most visited works in the Museum, has deserved a more detailed treatment.
Bosco at the Prado Museum: 15 hours of training.
The course developed by Telefónica Educación Digital, offers 15 hours of training spread over six weeks, and includes more than 35 videos shot in 4K.
Thanks to this quality, very interesting and curious concrete and isolated details can be seen that in the entire work can go unnoticed, including small animations that will surprise and facilitate learning all the students who take the MOOC.
The course is suitable for all audiences, both for those who want to be interested in the painter's work for the first time, as well as for those specialists and scholars who want to access a greater iconographic knowledge and contemplation due to the thoroughness with which the work is treated.
Registrations for it can be made from today February 20 in Miríadax.
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