Jacob de Backer (1555 – 1590, Belgian)


Adam And Eve

Garden of Eden

The Fall Of Man

Diana And Actaeon (with Jan Brueghel the Elder)

Venus And Cupid

Allegory Of Time Liberating Faith

Minerva Holding A Lance
While Being Crowned With Laurels By A Putto

Andromeda

Juno Holding A Golden Vessel And A Moneybag

An Allegory Of Music

Paris Being Admitted To Helen’s Bedchamber

An Allegory Of Justice And Peace Embracing

Lot And His Daughters

Venus And Cupid
With Aeneas Fleeing The Burning Troy Beyond

A Woman With A Parrot On Her Left Hand – An Allegory Of Touch

The Finding Of Moses

The Last Judgement

2 responses to “Jacob de Backer (1555 – 1590, Belgian)

  1. AWESOME AND MOST WONDERFUL PAINTINGS OF GREAT MASTERY
    THANKS FOR SHARING
    REGARDS
    UMA MAHESWAR NAKKA

  2. Love Adam and Eve – she reminds me of the Creation of Adam on the Sistine Chapel – that Eve looks like she’s about to shrug off the hand of God too. Giving Adam the middle finger is a priceless bonus.

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