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    • Lyudmila Belova

      Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640). Adam and Eve, after a painting by Titian, 1628-1629, oil on canvas, 238 × 184.5 cm, Prado Museum |

    • John Breitweiser

      "Adam And Eve" -- 1628-29 -- Peter Paul Rubens -- Flemish -- Oil on canvas -- Museo del Prado -- Madrid, Spain

    • Anastasia Every

      The Fall of Man, Adam and Eve or Adam and Eve in the earthly paradise is a 1628-1629 painting by Rubens, now in the Prado in Madrid

    • M-me X | Adam and Eve | 1628-1629. Oil on canvas. 238 cm x 184,5 cm. Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid. P01692.

    • Guillaume Huret

      Pierre Paul Rubens - "Adam and Eve - After a painting by Titian", 1628/29 - Oil on canvas - 238 x 184,5 cm

    • Anne Saman

      Adam and Eve (1628–1629), oil on panel, Prado museum, Madrid | artwork by  Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens

    • Joanna Qualls

      Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Religious art. This is how God intended his people to live. If There were Adam and John, or Eve and Joan, instead of Adam and Eve, guess these marriage issues would never be.

    • Victoria Buttigieg

      Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Religious art.

    • Nico Keus

      Peter Paul Rubens - Adam en Eva

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