Pictures of the Tower of Babel - Drawings and paintings of the Tower of Babel

The pictures of the Tower of Babel below come from four different traditions. The first picture of the Tower of Babel is by Alain Manesson Mallet. It was published in the book "Description de l'unievrse", in Paris, in 1683.

The second picture is from a Bible illustrated by Gustave Doré, from the late 19th century America. It is a black and white drawing of the Tower of Babel, hidden in clouds.

The third picture is by an unknown Flemish painter, depicting the Tower of Babel and its surroundings, from 1587.

The fourth picture was painted by Peiter Brueghel. Its title is The Tower of Babel, but it is also known as "The Little Tower".

The Tower of Babel
Picture 1: The Tower of Babel (Mallet)

The Tower of Babel
Picture 2: The Tower of Babel (Doré)

The Tower of Babel
Picture 3: The Tower of Babel

The Tower of Babel
Picture 4: The Little Tower of Babel (Brueghel)

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