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It may not be the most suitable exhibition for the squeamish but the Prado Museum's 500th anniversary display of the most and best of Dutch Renaissance master Hieronymus Bosch is definitely a must for art lovers, and maybe gore freaks too.In all, the show features about 50 works, including 29 Bosch paintings and drawings that the Prado said constitutes 75 percent of his surviving works.Spain, and in particular the Prado, possess the lion's share of Bosch's existing works owing chiefly to Felipe's medieval predecessor King Felipe II, who was an avid art collector."Bosch" runs at Museo del Prado through Sept. 11 .
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