|Guess which one's my favourite, ahem?|
Here's his take on the triple-goddess of witchcraft Hekate, complete with attributes of moon, flaming torch etc - he knew his stuff.
This grim allegorical piece is called Homo Homini Lupus - "man is wolf to man" and shows the natural world watching in amazement as Humanity (still semi-animal in some characteristics) is raised above them as both god and sacrificial victim.
The Temptation of St. Jerome is a good old-fashioned saintly subject, yet somehow I reckon this treatment is not entirely suitable for church display:
He did a few excellent portrayals of Medusa - along with sleepwalkers, she seems to have been a subject that fascinated him:
Here she is again in Finis: the End of all Things
... with Death hanging over her shoulder:
But if you don't want to end on a sombre note, here's The Prey, which is a dark joke ...
The lady leads the ogre home for supper, having successfully captured dragon, knight, and his steed!