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Query: 'snake'

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Madonna and Child in Glory with St. James the Greater, St. Michael, two female saints and Eve with the snake - Villa I Tatti
1383-1397I Tatti
Adam and Eve with the apple - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1425-1428RKD
Atys-Amorino - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1430-1450RKD
Eve tempted by the snake (Genesis 3:1-6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1495-1540RKD
Hercules killing the snake - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1500RKD
Nude Female with Crescent and Snake. - Frick Library Photoarchive
1500-1599Frick
Snake charmer - Villa I Tatti
1501-1550I Tatti
Eve offers the forbidden fruit to Adam (Genesis 3:6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Allegorical figure holding a mirror and a snake - Villa I Tatti
1538-1563I Tatti
 Anyone who is bitten by a snake is cured by looking at the brazen serpent, raised by Moses (Numbers 21:6-9) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1554RKD
Allegory , choise of the good or bad path - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1570-1575RKD
The Fall of Man: Eve takes the fruit from the serpent (or the tree) in the presence of Adam (Genesis 3:6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1588RKD
 The Fall of Man: Eve takes the fruit from the serpent in the presence of Adam (Genesis 3:6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1588RKD
New inventions of modern times - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1588-1592RKD
Cornelia, mother of the Gracchi - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1590-1599RKD
Anyone who is bitten by a snake is cured by looking at the brazen serpent, raised by Moses (Numbers 21:6-9) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1590-1632RKD
Saint John the Evangelist - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1595RKD
Catching a giant serpent with a net - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1595-1597RKD
The roman consul Attilius Regulus fighting a giant African serpent - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1595-1597RKD
Snake - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1596RKD
The killing of Indian watersnakes using fire - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1596RKD
Temperance - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1600-1699RKD
Revenge in pursuit of Crime - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1607-1632RKD
Allegory of Intelligence - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1611-1656RKD
Saint John the Evangelist - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1615-1625RKD
Adam and Eve with the apple - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1618-1619RKD
Cleopatra with the snake - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1625-1626RKD
Eve offers the fruit to Adam - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1639RKD
Anyone who is bitten by a snake is cured by looking at the brazen serpent, raised by Moses (Numbers 21:6-9) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1640-1660RKD
Thistles and a snake - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1675-1725RKD
Adam and Eve - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1680RKD
Cleopatra with the snake - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1680-1692RKD
Cleopatra with the snake - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1684-1759RKD
Bird piece with snipes and a duck treatened by a snake - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1704-1750RKD
Cleopatra with the snake - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1727RKD
Eve offers the forbidden fruit to Adam (Genesis 3:6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1808-1820RKD