Here is a painting at the Metropolitan in Manhattan, depicting Eve with Cain and Abel, an unusual subject. It is by the Florentine Bacchiacca (+1557 – Francesco d’Ubertino).
It once included the figure of Adam, and so this painting was cut down. We know this because there is another version in Philadelphia.
Bacchiacca was a student of Perugino and so the standing figure of Eve looks like Perugino’s Apollo and Marsayas in the Louvre. Have a look.
Back to Bacciacca.
Here is the Bacchiacca in Philly which shows the original composition.
Back to New York’s Bacchiacca.
On the nearby branch one finds this colorful bird, perhaps a parrot?