This hand-painted art sculpture, Helmeted Bird Monster, is from Hieronymus Bosch's painting The Garden of Earthly Delights.
This helmeted bird monster is carrying a pencil box and an inkpot in its beak, in which the nun, decaying into a pig, is dipping her pen. A severed foot is swinging from the bird's helmet referring to the horrible corporal punishments which could be expected in hell. The pig, indeed an indictment against the decay of clergy life, is tempting the man who is sitting beside him and it appears that he is drawing up a contract. Is the man possibly selling his soul?
This resin art sculpture is an astounding Bosch figurine based on his painting from the Northern Renaissance.