Christ Carrying the Cross (Bosch, Ghent). Although, apparently, not.
Well, what can you say? But I should try to say something. It is immeadiately striking, yet another of those paintings that reminds me of eternity and the triviality of one's own existence. It's a sort of inverse of Landscape with the Fall of Icarus. Again - though I am no art historian - it seems so original. But I don't find the comment As a study of human facial expressions this work is unparalleled helpful.
* Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I
* The Fall of the Rebel Angels
* Landscape with the Fall of Icarus