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Angel of the Divine Presence Bringing Eve to Adam (The Creation of Eve: "And She Shall be Called Woman) (recto); Sketch for the same (verso)

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Watercolor pen and black ink over graphite
Rights: Public Domain
Drawings and Prints, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York NY, Rogers Fund 1906
Title: Angel of the Divine Presence Bringing Eve to Adam (The Creation of Eve: "And She Shall be Called Woman) (recto); Sketch for the same (verso)
Description:
Watercolor pen and black ink over graphite.

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