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Anatomical fugitive sheet (Viscerum...1539) bound at the end of Valverde, Vivae imagines partium corporis humani...1566. Part of the engraving is composed of printed paper flaps that, when lifted, reveal the internal organs of the figure. This is one of a pair of male and female figures... The work was originally published in Rome, 1556.

Anatomical fugitive sheet bound at the end of Valverde, Vivae imagines partium corporis Part of the engraving is composed of printed paper flaps that, when lifted, reveal the internal organs of the figure. This is one of a pair of male and female figures.

A stunning vintage anatomy book, depicting and explaining in more than 200 vibrant mid-century illustrations the inner workings of the body. Originally published in 1959, this colorful gem was inspired by German artist and researcher Fritz Kahn, who in his 1926 classic Man as Industrial Palace described the human body as “the highest performance machine in the world” and used industrial metaphors to illustrate its remarkable capacities.

The Human Body: What It Is and How It Works, in Vibrant Vintage Illustrations circa 1959

The Human Body: What It Is and How It Works, in Vibrant Vintage Illustrations circa 1959 – Brain Pickings

Ilustração de uma mulher grávida em um dos Tratados médicos que compõe o Códex Paneth.Figure of a pregnant woman, a woodcut with hand color, is from Fasciculus Medicinae, one of the first printed medical books with anatomical illustrations. This collection of medical treatises was published in Venice in 1491.

Figure of a pregnant woman, a woodcut with hand colour, is from Fasciculus Medicinae, one of the first printed medical books with anatomical illustrations. This collection of medical treatises was published in Venice in

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Female Anatomical Figure Probably Italian, century Science Museum/SSPL The covering of the torso lifts off to reveal the internal organs. They demonstrate a knowledge of anatomy, but are not detailed enough to have been used for advanced teaching.

Paper + Book + Art | 紙 + 著作 + アート | книга + бумага + статья | Papier + Livre + Créations Artistiques | Carta + Libro + Arte | book spine by Bronia sawyer, via Flickr

"Book Spine" paper art by Bronia Sawyer, from the "Lungs, Body parts, live breath art" series

Gummy Internal Organs Candy: 38-Piece Bag

Gummy Internal Organs Candy: 38-Piece Bag

Antique 1900 Medical Diagram Print Human Anatomy Liver Spleen Pancreas Moustache | eBay

Antique 1900 Medical Diagram Print Human Anatomy Liver Spleen Pancreas Moustache

Antique 1900 Medical Diagram Print Human Anatomy Liver Spleen Pancreas Moustache | eBay

The Royal Library, Copenhagen. NKS 84 b, detail of p.3. Anonymi medicina illustrata. 16th century.

The Royal Library, Copenhagen. NKS 84 b, detail of Anonymi medicina illustrata.

Two Anatomical Models, 17th Century.  A pair of models with removable chest and abdomen covers. Some religious restrictions on dissection were lifted in the 15th century, which led to the wider study of anatomy, using models like these as extra teaching aids. Both figures show the heart and lungs. One shows a pregnant female with a baby in the uterus, and the other the kidney and intestines in a male.

thestuartkings: “ Two wooden anatomical figures century A pair of models with removable chest and abdomen covers. Some religious restrictions on dissection were lifted in the century, which.

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