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  • 1. Michelango Raphael Dürer Tizian Caravaggio Rembrandt Ghiberti Velázquez Genesis – According to the Great Masters Genesis – According to the Great Masters
  • 2. Raphael, God separates light from darkness 1518-19 Vatican Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel Day 1 (1:3-5) Separated Light from Darkness Day 2 (6-8) Firmament Day 3 (9-13) Dry land Vegetation Day 4 (14-19) Lights (sun, moon, stars) Day 5 (20-23) Creatures to inhabit sky and seas Day 6 (24-30) Creatures to inhabit dry land Humans
  • 3. Raphael, God separates land from waters Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel Day 1 (1:3-5) Light Day 2 (6-8) Firmament Day 3 (9-13) Dry land Vegetation Day 4 (14-19) Lights (sun, moon, stars) Day 5 (20-23) Creatures to inhabit sky and seas Day 6 (24-30) Creatures to inhabit dry land Humans
  • 4. Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel Day 1 (1:3-5) Light Day 2 (6-8) Firmament Day 3 (9-13) Dry land Vegetation Day 4 (14-19) Lights (sun, moon, stars) Day 5 (20-23) Creatures to inhabit sky and seas Day 6 (24-30) Creatures to inhabit dry land Humans
  • 5. Michelangelo’s “Creation of Adam”, Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo shows God creating Adam, with Eve in His arm. Creation of Adam, GIOTTO di Bondone 1304-06 Fresco Day 1 (1:3-5) Light Day 2 (6-8) Firmament Day 3 (9-13) Dry land Vegetation Day 4 (14-19) Lights (sun, moon, stars) Day 5 (20-23) Creatures to inhabit sky and seas Day 6 (24-30) Creatures to inhabit dry land Humans
  • 6. “ The Creation of Eve” in 'Zürich Bible' and based on the sketches of Hans Holbein , the Younger (1497/98-1543), Michelangelo’s “Creation of Eve”, Sistine Chapel. Creation of Eve Andrea Pisano , Creation of Eve, 1336-43
  • 7. Interior of the Sistine Chapel 1475-83, 1508-12, 1535-41
  • 8. Sistine Chapel Drunkenness of Noah Flood Sacrifice of Noah Fall and Expulsion Creation of Eve Creation of Adam Separation Earth& Water Creation, Sun, Moon Separation, Light from Dark
  • 9. Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden Jan Bruegel the Elder , 1615 Garden of Eden
  • 10. Hieronymus Bosch – The Garden of Earthly Delights Garden of Eden Garden of Earthly Delights Hell
  • 11. Albrecht Durer , Adam and Eve, 1507 Rubens , Adam & Eve Adam & Eve
  • 12. Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden Jan Bruegel the Elder , 1615 The Fall Original Sin The Fall Michelangelo’s “Fall and Expulsion”, Sistine Chapel.
  • 13. “ The Fall of Man" by Lucas Cranach , a 16th century German William Blake , Adam , Eve, & the Fall (1808) The Fall
  • 14. Domenichino's (1623–1625). portrayal of Genesis 3:12: "The woman whom thou gavest [to be] with me, she gave me of the tree, and I did eat" The Blame
  • 15. Masaccio, Expulsion from the Garden of Eden , before and after restoration. Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence Charles J. Natoire, Expulsion from Paradise , 1740 Expulsion
  • 16. The Offerings of Cain and Abel , Rembrandt van Rijn Gustave Doré, Cain and Abel
  • 17. Cain and Abel — Titian Cain kills Abel, Albrecht Durer 1511 Cain kills Abel Tintoretto, Cain and Abel, 1550-53
  • 18. Cain and Abel , Marc Chagall , 1960 Cain kills Abel
  • 19. The Death of Adam , by Piero della Francesce (1452-1466)
  • 20. BRUEGEL, Pieter the Elder, The Tower of Babel, 1563
  • 21. Gustave Dore, Abraham Entertains Three Strangers Rembrandt van Rijn Abraham Entertaining the Angels , 1656
  • 22. Jan PROVOST, Abraham, Sarah, and the Angel -
  • 23. GUERCINO Abraham Casting Out Hagar and Ishmael, 1657
  • 24. Rembrandt Van Rijn, Abraham's Sacrifice, 1635 Caravaggio , Abraham's Sacrifice
  • 25. Baptistery North Door Competition   Brunelleschi Versus  Ghiberti Sacrifice of Isaac , 1401-3
  • 26. Claude Lorrain: Landscape with the Marriage of Isaac and Rebecca
  • 27. Giotto: The Benediction of Isaac Giotto: Isaac Rejection Esau
  • 28. FLINCK, Govert Teunisz. Isaac Blessing Jacob, 1639
  • 29. FERRI, Ciro The Reconciliation of Jacob and Laban POST, Pieter Jansz Italianate Landscape with the Parting of Jacob and Laban, 1630
  • 30. Doré, Gustave: Jacob Wrestling with the Angel DELACROIX, Eugène Jacob Wrestling with the Angel 1854-61
  • 31. Diego Velásquez, Joseph’s Bloody Coat Brought to Jacob
  • 32. PONTORMO Joseph sold to Potiphar about 1515
  • 33. CIGOLI Joseph and Potiphar's Wife, 1610
  • 34. Pharaoh with his Butler and Baker about 1515 PONTORMO Joseph when in prison had interpreted the dreams of the Pharaoh's butler and baker. Here the baker is taken from prison (top right) and led to execution (right), while the butler is shown descending the staircase and serving the Pharaoh (bottom left).
  • 35. Pontormo and Bacchiacca, Joseph's Brothers beg for Help One of the panels decorating the Borgherini bedroom in Florence
  • 36. BACCHIACCA, Joseph pardons his Brothers One of the panels decorating the Borgherini bedroom in Florence
  • 37. Jacopo PONTORMO 1494-1557 Joseph with Jacob in Egypt , 1515-18
  • 38. He would be of the tribe of Judah (Genesis 49:10) The earliest Christians read the Old Testament (and specifically Genesis) as foreshadowing and heralding the coming of Jesus Christ. Genesis – Foreshadowing the Messiah Promise of New Beginning I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and hers; He will strike at your head, while you strike at his heel." (Genesis 3:15) That first sacrifice (Genesis 4:4) foreshadowed the death of Jesus Christ for our sins.
  • 39. The New Beginning