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God looks on unimpressed as Adam blames Eve for the transgression. Engraving by P.I. Drevet, c. 1720, after N. Coypel.

Coypel, Noël, the elder, 1628-1707.
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The peacock and the lion are present for their symbolic value

Physical description

1 print : line engraving ; image 51.7 x 38.4 cm

Lettering

Peint par M. Coypel ecuyer 1er. peintre du Roy et de son A.R. monseig. le duc d'Orleans regent du royaume. gravé par P. Drevet le fils.

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Wellcome Library no. 20347i

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