Benvenuto di Giovanni lived in the 15th century, and purchased a vineyard and took public office when painting didn't work out for him as a career choice. I console my lack of creative success with wine and politicking, too. Just look out for my upcoming ad campaign, "Ninjas for the Provision of Free Booze at Polling Stations."
Presumably prior to dabbling in Sienese politics with goblet in hand, Benvenuto produced "Descent into Limbo."
The painting depicts Jesus' triumphant descent to free all the souls who had been stuck for millenia attempting to dance under an ever-lower pole with "Limbo Rock" playing in the background. Jesus obviously knew he was going to a party, because he thoughtfully remembered to bring a pizza on his head.
However, Jesus isn't happy to see everyone--he seems to be attempting to strangle this guy, who barely deflects his power-grip. I assume that the man had been too greedy in trying to get his share of 'za.
On Jesus' other side, things are a bit more friendly--but it's possible he's just being nice because their faces all seem to be slowly drooping off of their skulls.
Of course, this divine delivery is only made possible because Jesus took out the demonic bouncer that had been guarding the door. Or is it?
On that note, I think I should get back to working on refining my platform. Mandatory cave insurance, and pizza parties for everyone.