Back in the 1600’s, Fr. Georg Stengel, S.J., joined the crowd of intellectuals who were designing “emblem books.” He decided to do an emblem book of Easter egg designs, which the unartistic could contemplate and the artistic could copy and use. It’s called Ova Paschalia sacro emblemate.
And this is one of the 100 Easter egg pictures he designed:
“Emblem 3: Divine Wisdom investigating. His Eye sees all things; God is witness to all.”
Most of his pictures are pretty complicated, but most of them aren’t nearly this… er… striking.
We also have a depiction of two good-for-nothings egging somebody’s house:
“Emblem 10: The propensity of humans for sinning is declared through egg-throwing. Those who do not know an art often err by throwing it down.”