Postcard The Creation of Adam
This unique postcard depicts the two iconic hands from The Creation of Adam, with a modern artistic touch by illustrator Lotza. This famous fresco is part of the famous Sistine Chapel fresco, created by Michelangelo in the late 16th century. This fresco represents the creation of humanity according to Genesis. The Italian painter Michelangelo created this iconic work between 1508 and 1512, when he was about 33 years old. He worked for four years to paint the walls and ceiling of the chapel, which is located in the Vatican Apostolic Palace in Rome.
The Creation of Adam is one of Michelangelo‘s most famous and well-known works. It depicts one of the most dramatic and inspiring episodes in Genesis, where God creates Adam, the first man, by breathing life into him. This scene represents the birth of humanity, the life energy and power of creation. Michelangelo’s fresco has inspired many artists and is considered one of the greatest artistic achievements in Western art history. This unique postcard by Lotza is a contemporary artistic interpretation of this timeless work.
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