|Infanticide of Bethlehem Triptych, 1591, Cornelis van Haarlem.|
(The central panel is enlarged below.)
|Cornelis van Haarlem Self-portrait, 1588-90|
|Massacre of the Innocents, 1591, Cornelis van Haarlem, |
central panel of the triptych at top. Not just gratuitous nudity but violence as well.
|The Monk and the Nun, 1591, Cornelis van |
Haarlem--eroticism, if not nudity, extending
to the clergy as well.
|The Fall of Lucifer, 1588, Cornelis van Haarlem. |
(Notice the strategically placed butterflies.)
|The Fall of Man, 1592, Cornelis van Harlem,|
Of course, he had to do an Adam and Eve. I
can't account for the differences in flesh tones.
|Suffer the Little Children to Come Unto Me, 1633, Cornelis van Haarlem|
|Mars and Venus, Cornelis van Haarlem, the|
Adam and Even of the mythological realm.
|Before the Deluge, 1615, Cornelis van Haarlem--no wonder the weather got a bit damp.|
"Raindrops are falling on my head."
|The Wedding of Peleus and Thetis, 1593, Cornelis van Haarlem|
--the wedding reception orgy.