This ready-to-use treasury features over 500 black-and-white drawings by such legendary artists as Leonardo da Vinci, Vesalius, and Albinus. The finest and most influential examples of anatomical art ever published, these images introduced an unprecedented level of knowledge and appreciation of the ... read more
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This ready-to-use treasury features over 500 black-and-white drawings by such legendary artists as Leonardo da Vinci, Vesalius, and Albinus. The finest and most influential examples of anatomical art ever published, these images introduced an unprecedented level of knowledge and appreciation of the human body to the world. Their vitality and detail offer an ongoing source of information and inspiration to artists, illustrators, healthcare professionals, students, teachers, and scientists. This book includes a CD-ROM containing 517 royalty-free images saved in JPEG and TIFF formats.
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Includes 517 royalty-free images scanned at 600 dpi and saved in either 300-dpi JPEG or 600-dpi TIFF format, plus 72-dpi Internet-ready JPEG.
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