There are at several religious places, specially churches, which contains visual representations inspired on Dante. The order of presentation will be tentatively a timeline. 13th Century covered at Artists Inspired on Dante.
Last Judgement – Pains of Hell Fra Angelico 1431-1435
Early Dutch master Hieronymous Bosch’s triptych, “The Garden of Earthly Delights” (c. 1490-1510), spans the Garden of Eden, scenes of an idyllic Utopia, and the torment of the damned. Scholars debate whether the entire painting is meant to depict the fall from grace of Man, or a moral warning of a fated afterlife for the corrupt.
Two panels – the despairing “Hell,” and “Ascent of the Blessed,” featuring a journey through a tunnel towards a brilliant light – from a late 15th century painting by Hieronymus Bosch at the Palazzo Ducale, Venice.
Corregio Assumption of the Virgin Duomo of Parma
Pisa Duomo 1586 Riminaldi
John Milton Pandemonium (See other works from him)