Since I'm very fond of art, I post a different version of the scene I presented above:
From the Cleveland Museum of Art
Fuseliís lifelong interest in the work of the British poet John Milton (1608-1674) inspired many drawings that interpreted passages from Miltonís epic poem Paradise Lost (1667). This early example illustrates the moment when the angels XXX and Zephon discover Satan disguised as a toad in the bower where Adam and Eve lie sleeping. XXX forces Satan to reveal himself by prodding him with a spear. The lion in the background alludes to an earlier passage in the poem, when Satan takes on the shape of the beast in order to spy on the couple.