Quién fue primero: Adan o Eva?
Eve 1628, Rubens Peter, Peter Paul Rubens, Adam Eve
Rubens, Peter Paul. Copy of Titian [Vecellio di Gregorio Tiziano] Title Adam and Eve Chronology 1628-1629 Technique Oil Support Canvas Dimensions 238 cm x 184,5 cm
Genetic 'Adam & Eve' Chromosome Study Traces All Men To Man Who Lived 135,000 Years Ago -- Almost every man alive can trace his origins to one man who lived about 135,000 years ago, new research suggests. And that ancient man likely shared the planet with the mother of all women.
Peter Paul Rubens – Adam and Eve, after a painting by Titian, 1628-29, oil on canvas, 238x184.5 cm | Prado Museum http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Paintings_by_Rubens_in_the_Prado_Museum
Adam and Eve (1628–1629), oil on panel, Prado museum, Madrid | artwork by Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens
Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) Description after a painting by Titian 1628-1629 Prado Museum
Adam and Eve (1628–1629), oil on panel, by Peter Paul Rubens . Prado Museum. Rubens made a copy of Titian's work that is also in the Prado. Adam puts his hand up to remind eve that she's not supposed to take the apple. in this image the serpent is also taking shape of a human and the state of adam and eves bodies suggests realism. other figures are the bird on the left and the fox at the bottom.Also take notice eves eyes, she seems to be hypnotized.
"Adam and Eve", 1628-1629, Peter Paul Rubens (1608-1640)
Peter Paul Rubens - "Adam and Eve" - 1628-29
All things bright and beautiful Words: Cecil F. Alexander, Hymns for Little Children, 1848. Alexander is thought to have written these lyrics at Markree Castle, near Sligo, Ireland. Music: Royal Oak, 17th Century English melody; arranged by Martin F. Shaw, 1915