Angelis Nannos leads a tour to a 1756 oil painting by Jean-Baptiste Greuze, which seems to depict an innocuous scene of a young woman next to a basket of broken eggs while a young man is being scolded by the family matriarch. The subtext, however, is a little different, because the broken eggs symbolize the loss of the young woman’s virginity.

Angelis Nannos leads a tour to a 1756 oil painting by Jean-Baptiste Greuze, which seems to depict an innocuous scene of a young woman next to a basket of broken eggs while a young man is being scolded by the family matriarch. The subtext, however, is a little different, because the broken eggs symbolize the loss of the young woman's virginity.

Angelis Nannos leads a tour to a 1756 oil painting by Jean-Baptiste Greuze, which seems to depict an innocuous scene of a young woman next to a basket of broken eggs while a young man is being scolded by the family matriarch. The subtext, however, is a little different, because the broken eggs symbolize the loss of the young woman’s virginity.

Angelis Nannos leads a tour to a 1756 oil painting by Jean-Baptiste Greuze, which seems to depict an innocuous scene of a young woman next to a basket of broken eggs while a young man is being scolded by the family matriarch. The subtext, however, is a little different, because the broken eggs symbolize the loss of the young woman’s virginity.