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Medical Anatomy Chart Titled 'Thin Man'
By George F. Cram
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This is a fantastic double-sided anatomy chart with four separate overlays showing the human body in various layers. Titled the Thin Man this piece was p...

Mid-20th Century American Posters

Germany 1950 Didactics Medical Anatomy Enlarged Model of a Human Trachea
By Deutsches Hygiene Museum Dresden
Located in Milan, IT
Didactic anatomical enlarged model of a trachea made in the 1950s, made of hand-colored cellon and mounted on a bakelite base. On a label on the base you read Deutsches Hygiene Museu...

Vintage 1950s German Scientific Instruments



Pair 17th Century Medical Anatomy Engravings by Francesco Valesio, 1627
Located in Rochester, NY
Two anatomical copper engravings by Francesco Valesio. From De humani corporis fabrica libri decem Evangelista Deuchino, Venice: 1627. Laid paper.    

Antique 1620s European Prints



19th C Wax F.Ziegler Anatomical Models Studies Embryo Plant Scientific Medical
Located in Lowestoft, GB
A rare pair of wax studies by F.Ziegler taken from the imagery of F.Keibel We believe the larger of the two models to be off a human embryo and the other to be of a plant. The ...

Antique 1890s German Scientific Instruments



Early 19th c.Medical Teaching Device- Shadowboxed Wax Fetus Models c.1800-1850
Located in San Francisco, CA
ABOUT Two early 19th century British wax models of a fetuses with attached placenta. Used as a medical teaching device. Numbered and attached to a velvet background. In a sealed woo...

Antique Early 19th Century Mid-Century Modern Models and Miniatures


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Basic Human Anatomy
By Phaidon
Located in New York, NY
A comprehensive, yet flexible and holistic approach to the human body for artists, Roberto Osti’s method of teaching anatomy is exhaustive, but never loses sight of the fact that this understanding should lead to the creation of art. Basic Human Anatomy...

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