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Adam and Eve is a pair of paintings by the German artist Albrecht Dürer, in which the parents of mankind are represented with all the charming grace of which this artist was capable. They are painted in oil on panel. Both measure 209 cm high, and as for the width, one measures 81 cm. and the other 80.

Dürer depicted Adam and Eve on two separate panels. Adam’s figure is presented against a dark background, so that all the attention is focused on the male figure standing, painted full-length, on an irregular ground full of stones. Adam’s body is slightly tilted. He is holding a branch of the apple tree on which the snake is coiled, so that his genitals are covered with this leafy branch and an apple. Her face is young, with proportionate features, showing an expression of surprise. Her blond curls flutter in the wind.

German painter and engraver. He was undoubtedly the most important figure of the Renaissance in northern Europe, where he exerted an enormous influence as a transmitter of Renaissance ideas and style, through his engravings. He was born on May 21, 1471 in Nuremberg, a city to which he was intimately linked.

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Dürer depicted Adam and Eve in two separate panels. Adam’s figure is presented against a dark background, so that all the attention is focused on the male figure standing, painted full-length, on an uneven ground full of stones. Adam’s body is slightly tilted. He is holding a branch of the apple tree on which the snake is coiled, so that his genitals are covered with this leafy branch and an apple. Her face is young, with proportionate features, showing an expression of surprise. Her blond curls flutter in the wind.

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The bodies follow a very elongated canon: nine heads high, instead of the traditional canon of eight heads. Some critics attribute this to a Gothic influence or even see a prelude to Mannerism.

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It is said, although it has not been proven conclusively, that in 1494 Dürer left for Venice, where he encountered the Italian Renaissance – an encounter with consequences already” that opened his eyes ”to new artistic forms born of the religious and social upheavals associated with the coming of the Reformation. In his supposed first stay in Venice, Dürer studied the processes and techniques with the colors of the great Venetians. In Bologna he became familiar with theoretical works on perspective.

“God has forbidden you to eat from that tree, because if you taste its fruits you will know what is good and bad and then you will be like God ! Eve ate from the tree and gave it to Adam as well. Immediately they saw that they were naked and covered their parts with leaves. God came and said to Adam: “Have you eaten from the forbidden tree? Adam replied, “Eve seduced me and I ate.” Then God rebuked Eve, and she said, “The serpent seduced me, and I ate”. For this the serpent was cursed, but the blame also fell on Eve and Adam, who were expelled from Eden.

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Dürer depicted Adam and Eve in two separate panels. Adam’s figure is presented against a dark background, so that all the attention is focused on the male figure standing, painted full-length, on an irregular ground full of stones. Adam’s body is slightly tilted. He is holding a branch of the apple tree on which the snake is coiled, so that his genitals are covered with this leafy branch and an apple. Her face is young, with proportionate features, showing an expression of surprise. Her blond curls flutter in the wind.

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