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A convincing case for the depiction of Eve’s pregnancy in Jan van Eyck’s The Ghent Altarpiece is bolstered by the symbolic contrast between
a) her figure and a shriveled piece of fruit.
b) her nudity and the clothed male figures above her.
c) the lighter tone of her body versus the surrounding darkness.
d) the rounded arch above Eve’s head and her rounded form.
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