A renowned painting by Flemish renaissance artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder, “The Fall of the Rebel Angels”. Oil-on-panel, painted in 1562. Bruegel depicts the Archangel Michael and his angels driving the rebel angels from Heaven. Pride, the sin which caused the fall of Lucifer and his companions, the conflict of good and evil, vice and virtue, reoccur in Bruegel’s work. This painting is so alive, it could easily be a movie still. The transformation is mysteriously beautiful and ends unattractive. Yet, evil has its own unfortunate undesirable but desirably cool look. Think Star Wars and the dark force look, costumes. Horribly cool. I am not a lucifer fan, I choose the Archangel’s side. Still, cool is cool. In this painting, the halfway “dark-transformed” angels are the most interesting.