The Beast and Two Witnesses by David Lozeau
This painting depicts characters from the Second Woe from the book of Revelation and are said to be an indication of the Second Coming of Christ.
The Two Witnesses, often associated with olive branches, were granted authority to prophesy for 42 months and had mystical powers over the earth and sky in order to battle their enemies, although they were later killed by The Beast.
The Beast, as described in Chapters 13 and 17, has seven heads with ten horns and ten crowns, and was created by the Devil to gather followers to oppose God.
The Whore of Babylon, also known as the Mother of Abominations of the Earth, was often depicted as riding The Beast and being drunk with the blood of the saints.