Here we see a 1753 illustration of Egyptian aesthetic Saint Anthony the Great. Also known as Antony of Thebes, he was the father of Christian monasticism and is the patron saint of herdsmen. But, as discussed in our podcast episode "The Psychedelic Nightmare of Ergotism," he's also synonymous with ergot poisoning or ergotism. Here he is depicted with his emblem, a pig, being appealed to by a victim of gangrenous ergotism or St Anthony's Fire.
Joe and I reference this work of art in the episode, so I thought I'd share it. The other works we mention are discussed in additional posts linked to on episode landing page. It also reminds me of this song from the band Jape, which is probably not about ergotism. But maybe?