Category:Engraving of Adam and Eve by Dürer 1504

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English: There are five states of this engraving, an unusually high number for Dürer, and a large number of preparatory drawings. These document the great care with which Dürer planned this design. In it the longest, most prominent inscription he ever made on an engraving is displayed: Albrecht Dürer of Nuremberg made this 1504/ (Albert[us] Dvrer Noricvs faciebat 1504).

Kupferstichkabinett Berlin


Peccato originale (it); Adam et Ève (fr); Adam i Ewa (pl); Адам і Єва (uk); Adam en Eva (nl); Адам и Ева (гравюра Дюрера) (ru); Adam und Eva (de); Adão e Eva (pt); Adam and Eve (en); Ադամն ու Եվան (hy) incisione di Albrecht Dürer (it); gravure d'Albrecht Dürer (fr); engraving by Albrecht Dürer (en); miedzioryt Albrechta Dürera (pl); Kupferstich von Albrecht Dürer (de); kopergravure van Albrecht Dürer (nl) The Fall of Man (en); Der Sündenfall (de); De zondeval (nl)
Adam and Eve 
engraving by Albrecht Dürer
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Instance ofcopper engraving print
Main subjectAdam and Eve
DepictsAdam, Eve, tree of the knowledge of good and evil, nudity, pubic hair, fig leaf, contrapposto, serpent in the Bible, couple, house cat, Alces alces, ox, bird, rabbit and snake
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Location Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Morgan Library & Museum, British Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, Library of Congress
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Inception
  • 1504
Width
  • 194 mm
  • 209 cm
Height
  • 252 mm
  • 265 cm
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