It is a work that is directly inspired by the painting by Hieronymus Bosch between 1490 and 1510 of the same title. Bosch made 3 paintings in triptych and the two shutters of the end close in a box. In my version, the two paintings can be presented from left to right or from right to left (what I call a reversible diptych. I don't know if that exists)
Eve crunched the apple (which is found on the ground) with the encouragement of the snake on the tree. Adam and Eve then discover a whole world that presents itself to them.
The lion is the witness to the scene.
The swan and a bird emit a warning cry.
Cranes symbolize fertility and abundance.
Not far away, young people are dancing, which represent youth and carelessness.
Buffaloes represent laziness and idleness.
In the foreground, the pan gives birth to an egg.
The black panther here represents sex and strength.
Dragonflies represent transformation and evolution.
A hidden spider is a creative femininity.
The reclining black woman represents God.
A tiger is the judgment of the end of life of which a reclining woman (no face) is old age, next to an accompanying dog. Very subtle, a turtle represents wisdom. Above, we see sickness (a bent woman with long hair) and death.
On the left side, two women rest in a bath and have an intimate discussion, friendship, and love.
Finally, the monkey is the truth staring you in the face. He is the only character who dares to look at the spectators.