Hello Luis Miguel,
Thanks to the friend`s & forum invitation, I found this great topic.
When I was younger, El Bosco was too apocalyptic and too bizarre for what I expected from paintings / art at all, and I didn`t like him much.
Being a member of The Brotherhood of Our Lady .... was next what pushed him out of my interest (never liked mysticism/occult).
Gaining a maturity, my sensibility and my approach to the life and art at all, have been drastically changed. At least, I started appreciating his way to point out religious themes in so unsettled and anxious times , in which a violence and pessimism were prevailing. What I still dislike is his so striking moralism (and entire life, I try to avoid it in any form).
I like his Garden of Earthly Delights, specially becuse it tries to hide a huge hole within a medieval mind :) .
I enjoyed reading other opinions, and some of them really are very special and make me to think about.
Thanks for this special opportunity to go back and to see where I am now.