By Tintoretto – Study for the fall of Adam and Eve
By Dürer – Adam and Eve
By Klee – Adam and little Eve
By Pinazo, Ignacio – Adam and Eve making love
By Valadon, Suzanne – Naked couple standing on the painting Adam and Eve (also called Jeux)
By Gauguin – Tahitian Eve
By Jan Gossaert (Mabuse) – The fall of Adam and Eve
By Blake, William – Adam and Eve
By Anoymous author.17th century in Italy – Adam and Eve with Cain and Abel
By Lotto, Lorenzo [after Michelangelo] – The temptation and expulsion from paradise
By Fantin Latour – Adam and Eve tasted the forbidden fruit
By Ruge, Jorg (Book of Heraldry) 15th century – Adam and Eve (detail)
By Cranach (the elder) – Adam reaches the apple’s Eve
By Bassano, Leandro – Adam and Eve
By Munch – Adam and Eve
By Raphael – Study for Adam
By Koning, Philips – Adam and Eve
By Dürer – Arm of Eve with the apple
By Wink, Christian – Adam and Eve after the Fall
By Goltzius, Hendrick – Adam and Eve
By Dix – Adam and Eve
By Michelangelo (After Masaccio) – Adam and Eve chased from paradise
By Pontormo – Study for ‘The creation of Eve’ and ‘Christ in glory’
By Fuchs, Peter – Adam and Eve
By Gauguin – The breton Eve
By Anonymous author. 17th century in Germany – Adam and Eve suckling and working after their expulsion
By Goudt, Hendrick (attributed) – Adam and Eve mourn the dead Abel
By Vinkeboons – Adam and Eve in paradise
By Hoey, Nicolas de – Adam and Eve in paradise
By Blake, William – Paradise lost. Adam and Eve sleeping
By Ronig, Ludwig Egidius – Adam and Eve
By Dürer – Study for the engraving, Adam and Eve
By Fantin Latour – Adam debout et Eve expelled from paradise
By Bosch, Hieronymus – Eve and the serpent
2 responses to “Adam and Eve”
Have you ever thought about including a little bit more than just your articles?
I mean, what you say is important and everything. However imagine if
you added some great visuals or videos to give your posts more, “pop”!
Your content is excellent but with images and video clips, this blog
could certainly be one of the very best in its field.
Hello, I hope you’ll excuse my delay.
It really is difficult to answer to your kind clever suggestion.
I always realize that wordpress was created mainly for words and thoughts. But my opinion is to preserve the visual power of any sketch or drawing over the speech.
That’s means more ‘significant’ and less ‘significance’. The subject or matter of any work, often could be more commented against the way how these were made. Also is very easy to follow the trend and to approach mainly the biographical data about the author, etc.
I know this is a too limited target, but is purely what this blog seeks.
If you would to say something about shapes, line, strokes, or anything on a work, it will be a satisfaction for me discuss and share opinions.
The english is not my native language, sorry for possible mistakes in my expression.
I appreciate too much your comment, THANKS A LOT.
Come back soon and have a nice day.