REPRO B28 Adam and Eve. This image has been printed by printingpress and enlarged to about 21 x 29 cm. The sheet is 29 x 38 cm and is off-white.
The fall of Man (B28), 1638.
Etching, state II(2).
The true image size is 16,2 x 11,6 cm.
After the creation Adam and Eve lived in the Garden of Eden. Their time in Paradise cam to an end when Eve was seduced by the serpent into eating the forbidden fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil (Genesis 3:1-24). Adam and Eve are depicted very realistically as ordinary, naked, no longer particularly young people. The serpent, borrowed from an engraving by Dürer, is a dragon with claws. According to the Bible the animal did not have to crawl over the ground on its belly until after the Fall.
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