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"Genesis: A Journey through Time and Creation" Step into the realm of Genesis, where ancient tales come to life in vibrant colors and intricate details

Background imageGenesis Collection: BURNE-JONES: ADAM & EVE. When Adam delved and Eve span

BURNE-JONES: ADAM & EVE. When Adam delved and Eve span. Pen-and-ink drawing by Edward Burne-Jones for William Morriss A Dream of John Ball, 1888

Background imageGenesis Collection: The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1490-1500 (oil on panel)

The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1490-1500 (oil on panel)
3107159 The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1490-1500 (oil on panel) by Bosch, Hieronymus (c.1450-1516); Prado, Madrid, Spain; (add.info.: Detail of central panel); Netherlandish, out of copyright

Background imageGenesis Collection: HICKS: NOAHs ARK, 1846

HICKS: NOAHs ARK, 1846
Oil on canvas by Edward Hicks, 1846

Background imageGenesis Collection: The Entry of the Animals into Noahs Ark, 1613

The Entry of the Animals into Noahs Ark, 1613. Found in the collection of J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Background imageGenesis Collection: Reproduction of The Creation, from the Sarajevo Haggadah (colour litho)

Reproduction of The Creation, from the Sarajevo Haggadah (colour litho)
BLP398307 Reproduction of The Creation, from the Sarajevo Haggadah (colour litho) by Spanish School, (14th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageGenesis Collection: Joseph interpreting the Pharaohs Dream. Genesis 41: 25-26. 1

Joseph interpreting the Pharaohs Dream. Genesis 41: 25-26. 1
Joseph interpreting the Pharaohs Dream. Genesis 41:25-26. 19th century. Colored engraving. Historia de la Naciones

Background imageGenesis Collection: The Creation, from the Luther Bible, c. 1530 (coloured woodcut)

The Creation, from the Luther Bible, c. 1530 (coloured woodcut)
BAL12735 The Creation, from the Luther Bible, c.1530 (coloured woodcut) by German School, (16th century); Bible Society, London

Background imageGenesis Collection: FALL OF REBEL ANGELS. Illumination from the 15th century manuscript of the Tres Riches Heures of

FALL OF REBEL ANGELS. Illumination from the 15th century manuscript of the Tres Riches Heures of Jean, Duke of Berry
FALL OF REBEL ANGELS. Illumination from the 15th century manuscript of the " Tres Riches Heures" of Jean, Duke of Berry

Background imageGenesis Collection: Holy Monastery of Kykkos, Troodos Mountains, Cyprus

Holy Monastery of Kykkos, Troodos Mountains, Cyprus: mosaic, Jacob wrestling with an angel, Genesis 32 and Hosea 12 Date: 2011

Background imageGenesis Collection: MICHELANGELO: ADAM. The Creation of Adam. Fresco by Michelangelo from the Sistine Chapel

MICHELANGELO: ADAM. The Creation of Adam. Fresco by Michelangelo from the Sistine Chapel

Background imageGenesis Collection: WILLIAM BLAKE: ADAM & EVE. Angel of the Divine Presence clothing Adam and Eve with coats of skin

WILLIAM BLAKE: ADAM & EVE. Angel of the Divine Presence clothing Adam and Eve with coats of skin. Watercolor

Background imageGenesis Collection: Jacobs Ladder / Bunyan

Jacobs Ladder / Bunyan
Jacobs dream of a ladder to Heaven. (From the book of Genesis)

Background imageGenesis Collection: NOAHs ARK. The tops of the mountains appear. Wood engraving, 19th century

NOAHs ARK. The tops of the mountains appear. Wood engraving, 19th century

Background imageGenesis Collection: Beatus of Liebana (c. 730- c. 800). The Commentary on the A

Beatus of Liebana (c. 730- c. 800). The Commentary on the Apocalypse. The Ark of Noah. National Library. Madrid

Background imageGenesis Collection: Jacob Blessing Ephraim and Manasseh, 1656. Artist: Rembrandt van Rhijn (1606-1669)

Jacob Blessing Ephraim and Manasseh, 1656. Artist: Rembrandt van Rhijn (1606-1669)
Jacob Blessing Ephraim and Manasseh, 1656. Found in the collection of Staatliche Museen, Kassel

Background imageGenesis Collection: The Apple by Kay Nielsen

The Apple by Kay Nielsen. A very pale Pierrot sits in a fantasy Garden of Eden holding up an apple picked from the tree behind, around which a snake is coiled... Date: 1932

Background imageGenesis Collection: BIRTH OF EVE. Woodcut from the Cologne Bible, 1478

BIRTH OF EVE. Woodcut from the Cologne Bible, 1478

Background imageGenesis Collection: CREATION OF HEAVEN. The creation of heaven and the stars. Mosaic, late 12th century

CREATION OF HEAVEN. The creation of heaven and the stars. Mosaic, late 12th century, from the Monreale Cathedral, Sicily

Background imageGenesis Collection: Man and woman drinking beer in a pub

Man and woman drinking beer in a pub
Isaac meets Rebecca at the Well -- silhouette of a man and a woman drinking beer in a pub. The title is a comic reference to an event in the Old Testament (Genesis 24)

Background imageGenesis Collection: MICHELANGELO: ADAM & EVE. The Temptation and Expulsion. Fresco by Michelangelo from the Sistine

MICHELANGELO: ADAM & EVE. The Temptation and Expulsion. Fresco by Michelangelo from the Sistine Chapel

Background imageGenesis Collection: DÜRER: EVE, 1507. Oil on wood by Albrecht Dürer, 1507

DÜRER: EVE, 1507. Oil on wood by Albrecht Dürer, 1507
DÜRER: EVE, 1507. Oil on wood by Albrecht Dürer, 1507

Background imageGenesis Collection: Tubal Cain

Tubal Cain is mentioned in the book of Genesis as the son of Lamech and Zillah. He is referred to as " an instructor of every artificer in brass and iron" in other words the first smith

Background imageGenesis Collection: RUBENS: FALL OF ICARUS 1637. Peter Paul Rubens: The Fall of Icarus. Oil sketch on wood, c1637

RUBENS: FALL OF ICARUS 1637. Peter Paul Rubens: The Fall of Icarus. Oil sketch on wood, c1637
RUBENS:FALL OF ICARUS 1637. Peter Paul Rubens: The Fall of Icarus. Oil sketch on wood, c1637

Background imageGenesis Collection: Creation of the heaven and earth

Creation of the heaven and earth
God creating the world by compass. Hand-colored woodcut reproduction of a manuscript of the 1400s

Background imageGenesis Collection: The little Garden of Paradise. Artist: Upper Rhenish Master (active c. 1410-1420)

The little Garden of Paradise. Artist: Upper Rhenish Master (active c. 1410-1420)
The little Garden of Paradise. Found in the collection of Stadtische Galerie im Stadelschen Kunstinstitut, Frankfurt am Main

Background imageGenesis Collection: Italiy. Venice. Saint Marks Basilica. Noahs Ark. Mosaic. 1

Italiy. Venice. Saint Marks Basilica. Noahs Ark. Mosaic. 1
Noah free the animals of the ark, Mosaic from the Pala d Oro or Golden Altar 12th-14th centuries. Saint Marks Basilica. Venice. Italy

Background imageGenesis Collection: Romanesque Art. 11th century. Tapestry of Creation or Girona

Romanesque Art. 11th century. Tapestry of Creation or Girona Tapestry. Creation of birds and fish. Museum of the Cathedral of Girona. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageGenesis Collection: NOAHs DRUNKENESS (Genesis 9: 20-23). French manuscript illumination, c1250

NOAHs DRUNKENESS (Genesis 9: 20-23). French manuscript illumination, c1250

Background imageGenesis Collection: Detail of an Indian Mughal painting, c1590, depicting Noahs Ark threatened

Detail of an Indian Mughal painting, c1590, depicting Noahs Ark threatened, according to Muslim tradition, by Iblis
MUGHAL: NOAHs ARK. Detail of an Indian Mughal painting, c1590, depicting Noahs Ark threatened, according to Muslim tradition, by Iblis, the devil, who was thrown overboard by Noahs sons

Background imageGenesis Collection: MILTON: PARADISE LOST. Having entered Paradise, Satan, standing on the Tree of Life

MILTON: PARADISE LOST. Having entered Paradise, Satan, standing on the Tree of Life, looks out over the beautfiul landscape around him (Book 4, line 247). Wood engraving after Gustave Dor

Background imageGenesis Collection: DI PAOLO: ADAM & EVE. The Expulsion from Paradise. Tempera on wood by Giovanni Di Paolo

DI PAOLO: ADAM & EVE. The Expulsion from Paradise. Tempera on wood by Giovanni Di Paolo

Background imageGenesis Collection: Ms Fr 247 f. 3 The Creation, God Introducing Adam and Eve

Ms Fr 247 f. 3 The Creation, God Introducing Adam and Eve
BLY156223 Ms Fr 247 f.3 The Creation, God Introducing Adam and Eve, illustration from Antiquites Judaiques, c.1470 (vellum) by Fouquet, Jean (c.1420-80) and Studio; Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris

Background imageGenesis Collection: The Expulsion from the Paradise (Sistine Chapel ceiling in the Vatican), 1508-1512

The Expulsion from the Paradise (Sistine Chapel ceiling in the Vatican), 1508-1512. Found in the collection of The Sistine Chapel, Vatican

Background imageGenesis Collection: Adam and Eves Family Tree, 1556 (engraving)

Adam and Eves Family Tree, 1556 (engraving)
XJF476254 Adam and Eves Family Tree, 1556 (engraving) by English School, (16th century); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageGenesis Collection: The Flood, from the Atrium, detail of Noah putting birds on the ark (mosaic)

The Flood, from the Atrium, detail of Noah putting birds on the ark (mosaic)
XIR249421 The Flood, from the Atrium, detail of Noah putting birds on the ark (mosaic) by Veneto-Byzantine School, (13th century); Basilica di San Marco, Venice

Background imageGenesis Collection: Hands of God and Adam, detail from The Creation of Adam, from the Sistine Ceiling

Hands of God and Adam, detail from The Creation of Adam, from the Sistine Ceiling
BAL143446 Hands of God and Adam, detail from The Creation of Adam, from the Sistine Ceiling, 1511 (fresco) (pre restoration) by Buonarroti, Michelangelo (1475-1564); Vatican Museums and Galleries

Background imageGenesis Collection: The Creation of the Animals, detail from the Grabow Altarpiece, 1379-83 (tempera

The Creation of the Animals, detail from the Grabow Altarpiece, 1379-83 (tempera
XKH145268 The Creation of the Animals, detail from the Grabow Altarpiece, 1379-83 (tempera on panel) by Master Bertram of Minden (c.1345-c.1415); Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg

Background imageGenesis Collection: Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Romanesque

Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Romanesque

Background imageGenesis Collection: Adam Naming the Animals

Adam Naming the Animals
Adam Naming the Creatures. Date: 1847

Background imageGenesis Collection: SCENES FROM GENESIS. Creation, Birth of Eve, Fall, and Expulsion

SCENES FROM GENESIS. Creation, Birth of Eve, Fall, and Expulsion: illuminations from an English Psalter

Background imageGenesis Collection: Primordial Soup

Primordial Soup
Christophe Kiciak

Background imageGenesis Collection: Jacob wrestling with the Angel (coloured engraving)

Jacob wrestling with the Angel (coloured engraving)
3626756 Jacob wrestling with the Angel (coloured engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jacob wrestling with the Angel)

Background imageGenesis Collection: Moses and the tablets of the Law, illustration from L Ancien Testament

Moses and the tablets of the Law, illustration from L Ancien Testament
REV326539 Moses and the tablets of the Law, illustration from L Ancien Testament, published by Jakob Ferdinand Schreiber, Esslingen (colour engraving) by German School

Background imageGenesis Collection: The Angel offering the fruits of the Garden of Eden to Adam and Eve (oil on canvas)

The Angel offering the fruits of the Garden of Eden to Adam and Eve (oil on canvas)
CHT327015 The Angel offering the fruits of the Garden of Eden to Adam and Eve (oil on canvas) by Shaw, John Byam Liston (1872-1919); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageGenesis Collection: Eve (oil on canvas)

Eve (oil on canvas)
3619641 Eve (oil on canvas) by Solomon, Solomon Joseph (1860-1927); 310x142 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; English, out of copyright

Background imageGenesis Collection: Historiated initial O depicting God creating the stars (vellum)

Historiated initial O depicting God creating the stars (vellum)
MMT157738 Historiated initial O depicting God creating the stars (vellum) by Pietro, Sano di, also Ansano di Pietro di Mencio (1406-81); 22.5x19.6 cm; Musee Marmottan Monet, Paris, France; Italian

Background imageGenesis Collection: Adam and Eve banished from Paradise, c. 1427 (fresco) (post restoration

Adam and Eve banished from Paradise, c. 1427 (fresco) (post restoration
BEN30029 Adam and Eve banished from Paradise, c.1427 (fresco) (post restoration) (see also 200134 & 428037) by Masaccio, Tommaso (1401-28); Chiesa di Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence

Background imageGenesis Collection: Abraham purchasing cave for a burial place

Abraham purchasing cave for a burial place
Abraham purchasing the Cave of Machpelah for a burial place - Thomas Bankes Bible, Genesis 23.16. 1787



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"Genesis: A Journey through Time and Creation" Step into the realm of Genesis, where ancient tales come to life in vibrant colors and intricate details. From Burne-Jones' captivating portrayal of Adam and Eve's laborious tasks to the mesmerizing reproduction of The Creation from the Sarajevo Haggadah, each artwork unveils a chapter in humanity's origin story. Marvel at Bosch's enigmatic masterpiece, "The Garden of Earthly Delights, " which transports us to a world teeming with both pleasure and temptation. As we delve deeper into this narrative tapestry, we witness Noah's Ark welcoming animals from all corners of creation, an awe-inspiring sight captured by an artist's brush in 1613. Joseph interpreting Pharaoh's Dream brings forth a momentous revelation as depicted in vivid hues on canvas. This biblical tale echoes throughout history, reminding us that even dreams hold profound significance. The Luther Bible presents its own visual interpretation of The Creation through colored woodcuts that stir our imagination. Hicks' rendition of Noah's Ark takes us back to 1846 when this timeless tale resonated deeply with audiences seeking solace amidst turbulent times. Meanwhile, the Fall of Rebel Angels illuminates pages from Jean Duke Berry’s Tres Riches Heures manuscript—a testament to medieval craftsmanship and spiritual devotion. In the Holy Monastery of Kykkos nestled within Cyprus' Troodos Mountains lies a sanctuary steeped in religious heritage. Here, Genesis finds its place among sacred texts and revered icons—an eternal reminder that these stories transcend time itself. Michelangelo’s fresco adorning the Sistine Chapel ceiling captures our attention as Adam reaches out towards God—depicting their divine connection through touch alone. William Blake adds his artistic touch with watercolors depicting an angel clothing Adam and Eve with coats made from skins—a symbol of protection bestowed upon them by heavenly grace. Lastly, Jacob’s Ladder immortalized in Bunyan's allegorical masterpiece invites us to ascend towards spiritual enlightenment.