250 color and black-and-white examples of some of the finest and most influential examples of anatomical art ever published. Scientifically accurate for their time, finely rendered drawings and paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, Vesalius, Albinus, and others depict bones, muscles, organs, and tissues. F... read more
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250 color and black-and-white examples of some of the finest and most influential examples of anatomical art ever published. Scientifically accurate for their time, finely rendered drawings and paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, Vesalius, Albinus, and others depict bones, muscles, organs, and tissues. Files are included in multiple formats: JPEG, TIFF, and EPS vectors.
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