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The Fall of Man

Titian

The Fall of Man

Titian
  • Date: c.1550
  • Style: Mannerism (Late Renaissance)
  • Genre: religious painting
  • Media: oil, canvas
  • Tag: Christianity, Adam
  • Dimensions: 240 x 186 cm
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The Fall of Man is a painting of the Fall of Man or story of Adam and Eve by the Venetian artist Titian, dating to around 1550 and now in the Prado in Madrid. It is influenced by Raphael's fresco of the same subject in the Stanza della Signatura in the Vatican, which also had a seated Adam and standing Eve, as well as Albrecht Dürer's engraving Adam and Eve for smaller details. Owned at one point by Philip II of Spain's secretary, Antonio Pérez, and perhaps first commissioned by his father, in 1585 it entered the Spanish royal collection, where it was copied by Rubens between 1628 and 1629 for his own version of the subject.

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