The Last Judgement by Michelangelo (in my opinion, this is better than The Creation)    Saw in the Sistine Chapel back in '09

The Last Judgment is a fresco by the Italian Renaissance master Michelangelo executed on the altar wall of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City. It is a depiction of the Second Coming of Christ and the final and eternal judgment by God of all humanity.

Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898) The Last Judgment Panel 3, Wax Crayon, 1874

Edward Burne-Jones - PreRaphaelite Artist - The Last Judgment Panel 3 - 1874

The Last Judgment, central panel, detail 7  Hieronymus Bosch (Jeroen van Aken, ca 1450-1516), The Last Judgment, triptych (1504-08), central panel, detail. Akademie für bildenden Künste, Vienna

The Last Judgment, central panel, detail 7 Hieronymus Bosch (Jeroen van Aken…

Diptych with the Coronation of the Virgin and the Last Judgment, ca. 1260-70. French. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection, 1970 (1970.324.7a, b) | Intended for the private contemplation and devotion of its owner, this palm-size ivory diptych illustrates both the reward of salvation and the consequence of damnation. #cloisters

Ivory diptych with the Last Judgment and Coronation of the Virgin_ French (Paris), ca.

Detail of The Last Judgement showing the lone damned figure at top center and at lower right Biagio de Cesena as Minos (who went complaining to the Pope because Michelangelo portrayed him as a donkey with a snake over his nudity, hoping to have his image removed. Reportedly the Pope laughed and the pontiff joked that his jurisdiction did not extend to hell, so the portrait would have to remain. - Wikipedia

Detail of The Last Judgement showing the lone damned figure at top center and at lower right Biagio de Cesena as Minos (who went complaining to the Pope because Michelangelo portrayed him as a donkey with a snake over his nudity, hoping to have his image removed. Reportedly the Pope laughed and the pontiff joked that his jurisdiction did not extend to hell, so the portrait would have to remain. - Wikipedia

"The Last Judgement" (detail). detail - The Last Judgment (Bosch triptych) - Hieronymus Bosch (circa 1450–1516

"The Last Judgement" (detail). detail - The Last Judgment (Bosch triptych) - Hieronymus Bosch (circa

The Last Judgment    Joos van Cleve  (Netherlandish, Cleve ca. 1485–1540/41 Antwerp)     Date: ca. 1520–25  The Metropolitan Museum

The Last Judgment Joos van Cleve (Netherlandish, Cleve ca. Antwerp) Date: ca. The Metropolitan Museum

Last Judgment Triptych - (Left Wing): 1467-71 - Hans Memling (Netherlands Northern Renaissance Painter and Draftsman, 1435 - 1494)

The Last Judgment, triptych, left wing The Blessed at the gate to heaven (Paradise) with the St. Peter by Hans Memling

TINTORETTO The Last Judgment 1560-62 Oil on canvas, 1450 x 590 cm Madonna dell'Orto, Venice

Jacopo Robusti Tintoretto (Italian [Renaissance, Mannerism] The Last Judgment, Oil on canvas.

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