Pieter Bruegel

Pieter Bruegel

That is "The Fall of the Rebel Angels":

Painted in 1562, Bruegel's depiction of this subject is taken from a passage from the Book of Revelation (12, 2-9) and reveals the artist's profound debt to Hieronymous Bosch, especially in the grotesque figures of the fallen angels, shown as half-human, half-animal monsters. Together with Dulle Griet and The Triumph of Death, which have similar dimensions, it was probably painted for the same collector and destined to become part of a series.

"Mad Meg":

Pieter Bruegel - Dull Gret (Mad Meg)

"The Triumph of Death":

Pieter Bruegel - The Triumph of Death