This is a copy of Michelangelo's Last Judgement fresco from the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican. It was made by Marcello Venusti in 1549 for Cardinal Farnesi and met with Michelangelo's approval. I am showing it here because it is the only way we can see the Last Judgement as the original artist intended, i.e., with lots of male nudity. Attempts at censoring this work began during Michelangelo's lifetime and were carried out via outright vandalism after his death. Later restorations done with a mind to remove the covers discovererd that the man hired to do them, Daniele da Volterra, had gouged away the plaster, leaving nothing to be revealed in many areas. Below, the covered up version still on display.