This painting of La Cygale et la Fourmi by Georges Vibert was not part of the exhibit but was actually its inspiration.  Vibert attacks religious hypocrisy by making the ant into a monk laden with captured game, while his fellow monk has more dead animals on their mount in the background.  The starving cicada asks for something and is refused by the portly monk. Antiquity's story of about the value of hard work had become La Fontaine's story of the value of art, and now the story has turned into a strong indictment of religious hypocrisy.  That interpretation is confirmed by Vibert's placing of the event out on a road, where the half-dead cicada reminds us of the gospel story of a victimized human being avoided by religious types.  Well done, Vibert!