Some famous paintings of heaven include "Heaven and Hell" and "A Soul Brought to Heaven." Both of these paintings involve the accession of the subject to heaven.
"Heaven and Hell" is a famous painting by Octave Tassaert. This painting has a similar orientation to that of a portrait painting. At the bottom of the painting, the viewer sees a person surrounded by minions. As the eye moves up the painting, the people begin to appear more angel-like and the painting features lighter colors and a more dream-like quality.
Painted by William-Adolphe Bougureau in 1868, "A Soul Brought to Heaven" shows two angels carrying a deceased woman to heaven. In the distance, a golden light offsets the outline of another angel or possibly God.