Garden of Eden

William Blake   -  
The Angel of the Divine Presence Bringing Eve to Adam
The Angel of the Divine Presence, sometimes Blake`s name for Satan and sometimes a reference to God the creator, is depicted as a tall old man with a white beard and robe. He holds the hands of both Adam and Eve and brings Eve from the light to Adam, who lies in the shaded area at the foot of a tree entwined by a grape vine.

Source: Genesis 2  |  Portion: Bereshit
Watercolor   |  41.8 x 32.3
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Date : 1807
Additional creations William Blake
                                         
Creation
Garden of Eden
Cain and Abel
The Flood
The Tower of Babel
Abraham`s trials
The Patriarchal Family
The Sacrifice of Isaac
Birthright and Blessing
Jacob`s dream
Jacob`s struggles
Judah and Tamar
Joseph
The Life of Moses
The Life of Miriam
The Burning Bush
Parting of the Red Sea
Matan Torah
The Golden Calf
The Desert Wanderings
Women in the Book of Judges I
Women in the Book of Judges II
David
Elijah
Ezekiel
Jonah
The Story of Job
Song of Songs
Ruth
Esther
Alphabet
Cherubim
The Temple and the Ark