Today’s Classic: Adam and Eve Expulsion from Paradise
1. By Alexandre Cabanel (1887)
2. By James Barry (c. 1750)
3. By Charles-Joseph Natoire (1740)
4. By Marioto Albertinelli (1514)
5. By Domenichino (1626
I love these!
In the Cabanel, Eve is like “hey, I was sleeping, what’s all the fuss about?”. Barry’s Eve is like “dude, really, stop worrying! it’s just a fruit!”. Again, in the Natoire Eve is just waking up and Adam is like a whiny boy, like “please, please, please, it was her idea!”. Albertinelli’s is like Adam is begging for forgiveness and Eve is just like “you know what? I’m out, I don’t even like this place”. And the last one, Domenichio, wow. Adam showing his true colors “She did it, she’s the one, I didn’t wanted to do it, she made me” and Eve “We both believed a talking snake, don’t say it was me!”.