There are three madonna and child images, including his galley's gift to the museum, Helnwein’s 1998 painting Epiphany II , "Adoration of the Shepherds."
In this version, the shepherds are represented by Nazi youth. In "Adoration of the Magi", the wise men are SS officers. In "American Madonna", the child is pointing accusingly at a couple of cops. These large mixed media paintings appear to be photographic montages, printed on canvas, and then painted over. The Legion has placed the Helnwein show in galleries 1 and 2, which means the viewer walks past several 16th century madonna and child paintings to get there. If you didn't notice them on the way in, you will on the way out. This is Raffaellino dei Capponi's "Madonna Enthroned with Saints and Angels", 1502.