Choir's Devil From John At Patmos Statue by Bosch is a sculpted adaption of the painted. The Virgin Mary makes a heavenly appearance to Saint John the Evangelist in one of the paintings completed by Hieronymus Bosch in his later years. It is calmer than Garden of Earthly Delights but still contains a noteworthy character, The Choir's Devil, at lower right. This theatrical black freak could be a Tytinillus. This spy kept an eye on the clergymen who were members of the choir. If the gentlemen didn't keep their minds on the lesson or if they let their thoughts wander off into undesired directions, then, on Judgment Day, they were confronted with the accurate notes of this spectacled bookkeeper. What his plans were with the hook remains open to question. This instrument was normally used by the devil to drag sinful souls into hell. Made of a durable resin and hand painted with care.