Full-length drawing of Adam and Eve, Adam shown leaning against a rock with his legs crossed and arm around Eve's waist. Eve stands close to Adam, with her arm over his shoulders and looking at the apple she is holding.
This highly finished drawing is one of several of the same subject by Gossaert, and comes late in the sequence. It has been suggested that the head of Adam is a self-portrait of the artist.
The drawing was previously in the collection of N. A. Flinck, and it is presumed that it was purchased for the Devonshire Collection by the 2nd Duke of Devonshire in 1723–1724.