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Banner, used in The Mysteries, National Theatre (Cottesloe Theatre), 1985, designed by William Dudley
Painting, portrait of an un-named baby, oil on canvas, by an unknown artist, Germany, 1701-1800.
Relief panel showing an eagle with Adam and Eve on either side, from the frieze on the interior of Santa Maria de' Miracoli. 19th century plaster cast of 16th century Italian original.
Rectangular sampler with Adam and Eve beneath the branches of the Tree of Life, the serpent entwined around the trunk; wool & silk, Amy Barnes, English; 1822
Feibusch "Adam and Eve"
19thC, 'L'Art Ancien, Photographies des Collections Celebres, par Franck ... ', Paris, 1868, Vol I, Nos. 1-100; Franck. France, Paris, Musee Retrospectif, pair of candlesticks, representing Adam and Eve
19thC, 'L'Art Ancien, Photographies des Collections Celebres, par Franck ... ', Paris, 1868, Vol I, Nos. 1-100; Franck. France, Paris, Musee Retrospectif, alabaster bas-relief of Adam and Eve
Anonymous; Adam and Eve, detail of the Michelangelo Sistine Ceiling Fresco, Vatican, Rome; albumen print, c.1870-90
Woodengraving: Adam and Eve by Eric Gill
By Max Beckmann: Adam and Eve
Chromolithograph, the Fall, Adam and Eve under the Tree of Knowledge, after Masolino, 1861, Arundel Society.
'Paradise - Adam and Eve - The Morning Hymn', John Martin. Mezzotint, British, 1825-27.
'Raphael conversing with Adam and Eve', John Martin. Mezzotint, British, 1825-27.
Anonymous copy after Hans Sebald Beham, woodcut of Adam and Eve; Germany, 1527-1550.
The Small Horse by Albrecht Dürer, engraving on paper, 1505, Nuremberg.
The Descent into Hell; plate from 'The Engraved Passion' by Albrecht Durer (1471-1528); engraving
Design for stained glass
Hans Jakob Plepp. Shield of Laufenberg am Rhein, with lanzknecht and lady with goblet. Scenes after Holbein the Younger of the Temptation and the Expulsion of Adam and Eve. Swiss, dated 1529 (probably date of Holbein images) but made 1576-96.
Design for ballet stage scene
Barnett Freedman. The "Adam and Eve" public-house. Design for stage-setting of a projected ballet, "London." 1926.
Design for a stained glass window
Edward Burne-Jones. 'The Fall of Man.' Design for a stained glass window. British, c.1870s-1880s
Design for a cup and cover
Drawing probably after Wenzel Jamnitzer. Cup and cover with Biblical scenes. 17th century.
Henry Tonks. Study for Adam and Eve. Eve eating an apple and offering another. Great Britain, ca. 1900-1930.
Drawing of a stained-glass window
Dr. A. V. Peatling. Adam & Eve and the Serpent. Tracing of a stained-glass window, probably 17th century Dutch, from Hazlemere Church, Surrey. Made 1900-20
Dr. A. V. Peatling. Adam & Eve and the Serpent. Copy of a stained-glass window, probably 17th century Dutch, from Hazlemere Church, Surrey. Made 1900-20
Woodcut, from a set of forty depicting The Fall and Redemption of Man. From a set of 40 plates, by Albrecht Altdorfer; Regensburg, Germany, ca. 1515.