Fascinated by the Navels of Adam and Eve, I Googled for paintings of Adam and Eve done by modern day painters. I came across seven paintings of Adam and Eve with navels.
Adam and Eve by the Dutch painter Kees van Dongen (1877-1968) who gained a reputation for his sensuous, at times garish, portraits.
This painting of Adam and Eve by Karoly Patkó (1895 – 1941) is an example of 1920s neoclassicism.
Karoly Patkó was a twentieth-century Hungarian painter and copper engraver, noted for his nude paintings in a plastic presentation.
This is a lithograph done by Robert Lohman (1919-2001), an American artist from Indiana.
Lohman was an Art Educator, Teacher, and Lecturer well-known for his sculptures, medals, and oil paintings.
“The Beginning of Life” created in 1996 by the artist Prof. V.O.M. Petrillo (1932-2001).
Collectors of his artwork have deeply admired his artistic genius and his expressive uniqueness.
This painting of Adam and Eve by the Russian painter Vladimi Zunuzin, a prolific painter. He was born in 1950 and participated in many Russian, regional and international exhibitions.
Works of Vladimi Zunuzin are being kept by the Regional Arts museum in Ulyanovsk, and private collections in USA, France, Italy, Germany, Canada and other countries. Vladimir Zunuzin is a member of Russia Painters Union. He has more than 1000 works to his credit.
Adam and Eve by Maia Ramishvili, born in 1969 in Tbilisi, capital of Republic of Georgia.
Maia’s talent for art was discovered at an early age. She went to two very prestigious art school. She studied at Nikoladze School of Art from 1984 and graduated in 1988.
Adam and Eve by Nataly Kuzmina of Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Natalywas educated in a variety of artistic styles including Old Russian Icon painting, Realism, Impressionism and the Avant-Garde.
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