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The Fall of Man 4, after Titian, c.1550

by GymDreams
Stable Diffusion with Virile Fantasy
The Fall of Man 4, after Titian, c.1550. Stable Diffusion with Virile Fantasy.
The Fall of Man 4, after Titian, c.1550. Stable Diffusion with Virile Fantasy.

“Behold… the Apple.” This render exemplifies trompe-l'œil in a Renaissance context. The painting surface is flat, yet by having a floor that appears to extend out of the frame, the figures seem more three-dimensional than they really are.

It’s a reinterpretation of the scene from “The Fall of Man.” A man holds an apple plucked from the tree, while another man is being held back from reaching it. In some ways, it bears more resemblance to story of Odysseus being tied to the mast so he could hear the song of the Sirens — instead of the story of Adam and Eve.


This series of paintings are based on “The Fall of Man,” a painting about the story of Adam and Eve by the Venetian artist Titian, circa 1550, that’s currently in Museo del Prado in Madrid.

The Fall of Man 4, after Titian, c.1550 Stable Diffusion with Virile Fantasy

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