Mattthew Skenandore, Eve's Dream: Eat a Peach
I don't know if the surrealist artist and heterographer Mattthew Skenandore has read Robert Appelbaum on the peach as the forbidden fruit in John Milton's Paradise Lost, but Skenandore subtitles his painting Eve's Dream with the imperative: Eat a Peach.
Alternatively, the reference could be to a famous line in T.S. Eliot's "Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" or to the Allman Brothers' 1972 album Eat a Peach.
I'd write more, but the internet connectivity is failing me this morning, and just posting this has taken me over an hour.
UPDATE: Now that my connectivity is fully restored, I'll just make a note to myself that I ought to alert Terrance Lindall to this surrealist artist Mattthew Skenandore and his Miltonic themes.