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In Love with the Forbidden Fruit: Exploring the Multifaceted Apple Hogarth's "Four Times of the Day" series captures the essence of life, and in one particular scene

Background imageApple Collection: The Hireling Shepherd, 1851, (1948). Creator: William Holman Hunt

The Hireling Shepherd, 1851, (1948). Creator: William Holman Hunt
The Hireling Shepherd, 1851, (1948). A shepherd neglects his flock and woos a young woman with a lamb on her lap. Behind them, two bloated sheep lie on the ground poisoned by the corn

Background imageApple Collection: In Love

In Love
Artist: Stone, Marcus C. - Title: In Love - Date: 1888 - Original Medium and Size: Oil on Canvas 111.8 x 167.7

Background imageApple Collection: Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Night

Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Night
Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 4. Night. In a narrow street leading to Charing Cross, with an equestrian statue of Charles I at the far end

Background imageApple Collection: Poisonous Plants

Poisonous Plants
Deadly Nightshade (Atropa Belladonna); Thorn Apple (Datura Stramonium); Henbane (Hyoscyamus Niger); Mezereon (Daphne Mezereum); Fools Parsley (Aethusa Cynapium);

Background imageApple Collection: THANKSGIVING: CORNUCOPIA. Wood engraving, 19th century

THANKSGIVING: CORNUCOPIA. Wood engraving, 19th century

Background imageApple Collection: Balanced diet

Balanced diet, computer artwork. A balanced diet shown as segments of a pie. The pie shows what proportion of the diet should be made up of each of the major food groups

Background imageApple Collection: Adam, Eve, Serpent

Adam, Eve, Serpent
Conveniently placed foliage conceals the private parts of Adam and Eve, of which they are about to become modest thanks to the apple Eve is inviting Adam to taste

Background imageApple Collection: Cider Press - Normandy

Cider Press - Normandy. Two different varieties of press at work - a screw press and a cranked masher

Background imageApple Collection: Skeleton drinking, X-ray

Skeleton drinking, X-ray
Human skeleton walking. Computer artwork based on an X-ray of a full human skeleton walking. The 206 bones provide protection & structural support, and the joints allow locomotion

Background imageApple Collection: Wassailing Apple Trees

Wassailing Apple Trees
In Devon and Somerset, apple growers wassail orchards on 17 January, with songs and a bucket of hot cider; a tree is lightly sprinkled, then the wassailers drink the rest

Background imageApple Collection: Fruit fly, SEM Z340 / 0768

Fruit fly, SEM Z340 / 0768
Fruit fly. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a fruit fly (Drosophila funebris) on an apple. Its compound eyes (red) are seen and its wings are outstretched

Background imageApple Collection: Naked little girl looking in the mirror

Naked little girl looking in the mirror
A little girl wearing nothing but her shoes and socks, and pink ribbons in her hair, looks in the mirror and says " Goodness, Is That Me!" She is holding an apple in her left hand

Background imageApple Collection: Lady and Blossom 1925

Lady and Blossom 1925
A girl, wearing a straw cloche hat with a two colour double brim and ornamented with a broad hatband and ribbon bow, smells some apple blossom

Background imageApple Collection: Apple Picking a LA Mode

Apple Picking a LA Mode
Travesti costume by Redfern in which Eve is depicted as the serpent in a green dress with a snakes-head headdress. She sinfully picks an apple

Background imageApple Collection: Thorn apple, Datura innoxia

Thorn apple, Datura innoxia (Datura meteloides). Mexico. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageApple Collection: Advertisement for T Walton Ltd, fruiterer

Advertisement for T Walton Ltd, fruiterer -- for apple cheeks and cherry lips. 20th century

Background imageApple Collection: P Peeped in it

P Peeped in it

Background imageApple Collection: Boys Scrumping

Boys Scrumping
Two boys, use a long pole, to knock apples from a tree while a little girl makes ready to collect them. The elder girl seems unconvinced regarding the legality of scrumping

Background imageApple Collection: Espalier Apple Blossom

Espalier Apple Blossom. McCloy, Samuel 1831 - 1904

Background imageApple Collection: Pick an English Apple

Pick an English Apple ! the greengrocers customers are urged to buy English fruit, rejecting imported stuff

Background imageApple Collection: Apple - Egremont Russet - Victorian walled kitchen garden at West Dean Gardens, West Sussex. UK

Apple - Egremont Russet - Victorian walled kitchen garden at West Dean Gardens, West Sussex. UK. September
DAD-1695 Apple - Egremont Russet Victorian walled kitchen garden at West Dean Gardens. UK. September David C Dixon Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageApple Collection: Portrait of the devout John Houghton (oil on panel)

Portrait of the devout John Houghton (oil on panel)
XJL211814 Portrait of the devout John Houghton (oil on panel) by Zurbaran, Francisco de (1598-1664); Museo de Cadiz, Spain; (add.info)

Background imageApple Collection: The Rebuke of Adam and Eve, 1740. Creator: Charles-Joseph Natoire

The Rebuke of Adam and Eve, 1740. Creator: Charles-Joseph Natoire
The Rebuke of Adam and Eve, 1740

Background imageApple Collection: Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden (oil on canvas)

Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden (oil on canvas)
3362284 Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden (oil on canvas) by Peter, Johan Wenzel (1745-1829); 336x247 cm; Vatican Museums and Galleries

Background imageApple Collection: Apples and leaves 1928-30 (oil on canvas)

Apples and leaves 1928-30 (oil on canvas)
7057375 Apples and leaves 1928-30 (oil on canvas) by Louis, Seraphine (Seraphine de Senlis) (1864-1942); ePhilippe Lissac/Godong; French, out of copyright

Background imageApple Collection: The Apple by Kay Nielsen

The Apple by Kay Nielsen. A very pale Pierrot sits in a fantasy Garden of Eden holding up an apple picked from the tree behind, around which a snake is coiled... Date: 1932

Background imageApple Collection: Illustration of Isaac Newton watching apple falling from tree

Illustration of Isaac Newton watching apple falling from tree

Background imageApple Collection: Advertisement for Silvikrin hair products

Advertisement for Silvikrin hair products -- male and female models posing. 1959

Background imageApple Collection: MICHELANGELO: ADAM & EVE. The Temptation and Expulsion. Fresco by Michelangelo from the Sistine

MICHELANGELO: ADAM & EVE. The Temptation and Expulsion. Fresco by Michelangelo from the Sistine Chapel

Background imageApple Collection: DÜRER: EVE, 1507. Oil on wood by Albrecht Dürer, 1507

DÜRER: EVE, 1507. Oil on wood by Albrecht Dürer, 1507
DÜRER: EVE, 1507. Oil on wood by Albrecht Dürer, 1507

Background imageApple Collection: Fruit-powered clock

Fruit-powered clock. In this experiment each apple is a voltaic cell. The apples have been connected to make a battery. Copper (orange) and zinc (silver)

Background imageApple Collection: Ripe cashew nut

Ripe cashew nut. Image 2 of 2. Native to South America, the cashew (Anacardium occidentale) is now widely cultivated throughout the tropics

Background imageApple Collection: Farmers making apple cider, 1800s

Farmers making apple cider, 1800s
Farmers pressing apples to make cider, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageApple Collection: Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Background imageApple Collection: Chevrolet Camaro US USA

Chevrolet Camaro US USA

Background imageApple Collection: One rotten apple amongst other green apples

One rotten apple amongst other green apples

Background imageApple Collection: Advert / Morton Salt 1953

Advert / Morton Salt 1953
Morton Iodized Salt - when it rains it pours

Background imageApple Collection: Picking Apples 1878

Picking Apples 1878
A boy hangs precariously from the tree and throws apples down to the girl waiting below with their dog

Background imageApple Collection: Le Premier Volume de la bible en francoiz historiee et nouvellement imprimee, ca. 1501

Le Premier Volume de la bible en francoiz historiee et nouvellement imprimee, ca. 1501. [Adam and Eve, from a bible in French]

Background imageApple Collection: Old farmer with dog in orchard

Old farmer with dog in orchard
Farmer, Tom Herring with his old sheepdog in the orchard of his farm Walterstone, Herefordshire Date: circa 1975

Background imageApple Collection: Wassailing apple trees with hot cider in Devonshire on twelfth eve, 1861

Wassailing apple trees with hot cider in Devonshire on twelfth eve, 1861. A print from The Illustrated London News, (12 January 1861)

Background imageApple Collection: Fairies Pick Apples

Fairies Pick Apples
Fairies and elves pick apples

Background imageApple Collection: DI PAOLO: ADAM & EVE. The Expulsion from Paradise. Tempera on wood by Giovanni Di Paolo

DI PAOLO: ADAM & EVE. The Expulsion from Paradise. Tempera on wood by Giovanni Di Paolo

Background imageApple Collection: When the ell is it going to be strawberry?

When the ell is it going to be strawberry?
Old Bill is disappointed to discover that the latest delivery of jam to the trenches on the Western Front during World I is plum and apple yet again! Date: 1915

Background imageApple Collection: Fruit basket; work of Caravaggio. Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan

Fruit basket; work of Caravaggio. Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan Painting Naturalism of XVII century, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D

Background imageApple Collection: Vivien, 1863 (oil on canvas)

Vivien, 1863 (oil on canvas)
MAN62976 Vivien, 1863 (oil on canvas) by Sandys, Anthony Frederick Augustus (1829-1904); 64x52.5 cm; Manchester Art Gallery

Background imageApple Collection: Landscape in Normandy: apple trees. Painting by Jean Baptiste Armand Guillaumin

Landscape in Normandy: apple trees. Painting by Jean Baptiste Armand Guillaumin
JLJ4663469 Landscape in Normandy: apple trees. Painting by Jean Baptiste Armand Guillaumin (1841-1927), circa 1887, oil on canvas. Dim 0, 60 x 1m

Background imageApple Collection: Still Life of Fruit, Nuts and Wine Glass, 1864 (oil on canvas)

Still Life of Fruit, Nuts and Wine Glass, 1864 (oil on canvas)
PNH356221 Still Life of Fruit, Nuts and Wine Glass, 1864 (oil on canvas) by Newton, John Edward (fl.1835-91); 25.5x38 cm; Private Collection; Photo ePeter Nahum at The Leicester Galleries



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In Love with the Forbidden Fruit: Exploring the Multifaceted Apple Hogarth's "Four Times of the Day" series captures the essence of life, and in one particular scene, a couple shares an intimate moment under an apple tree during Night. This timeless image reminds us of Adam and Eve's encounter with the serpent, where temptation lurked amidst luscious apples. Apples have long been associated with both allure and danger. Some varieties are part of a group known as poisonous plants, attracting fruit flies like SEM Z340/0768 to their intoxicating scent. Even an X-ray reveals a skeleton drinking from an apple-shaped vessel, symbolizing our fascination with this captivating fruit. But beyond its dark connotations lies another side to apples - Wassailing Apple Trees is a tradition that celebrates these trees' abundance by singing and offering them cider for good luck. Additionally, Thorn apple or Datura innoxia holds medicinal properties when used correctly. The innocence of childhood is often represented through imagery like that of a naked little girl looking at herself in the mirror; however, it also serves as a reminder that apples play an essential role in maintaining a balanced diet. Normandy's Cider Press showcases how they can be transformed into delicious beverages enjoyed worldwide. Meanwhile, Lady and Blossom 1925 painting encapsulates nature's beauty through delicate blossoms adorning apple trees. From love stories to cautionary tales, from poison to nourishment - apples continue to captivate our imagination throughout history. So next time you bite into this seemingly ordinary fruit, remember its rich tapestry woven within every juicy bite.