Adam et eve allemagne

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Otto Mueller. Throughout his life he confined himself to a small repertoire of nudes, gypsy paintings and portraits in his search for the simple and primordial. Instead of idealism, this showed a great sensibility for the art market. However, the depiction of man and nature is not nearly as primordial as one is lead to believe: in the knowledge of her nakedness, Eve is covering her pudenda, and steps out of paradise with Adam as if it were a cathedral.

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Adam et Ève (Hans Baldung) — Wikipédia

Miniatures of the Temptations of Christ, with their moralisations below of the Temptation of Adam and Eve by the devil. Image taken from f. Detail of a miniature of the Fall of Adam and Eve. Written in French. Detail of a miniature of Adam digging and Eve spinning after their expulsion from Paradise, in the upper register, Image taken from f. Written in Latin, with French ima Written in Latin, with French image captions.

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Border: The painting and text have occupied the full width of the page. Detached folio from a dispersed copy of Falnama Book of omens ; text: Persian in black nasta'liq script; recto: text, one column, eleven lines; verso: illustration: Expulsion of Adam and Eve; one of a group of twenty folios. In this painting, Adam, whom Muslims consider the father of humanity and the first prophet, is depicted riding a serpent; Eve rides a peacock. By appealing to his vanity, Iblis enticed the peacock, the gatekeeper of paradise, to allow the serpent, then the most beautiful of all creatures, to enter Eden.