1906 HUMAN SKELETON LITHOGRAPH original antique print | Etsy
***TITLE : HUMAN SKELETON DESCRIPTION : an original antique print from a home encyclopedia of health ORIGIN : USA & LONDON DATE : 1909 TECHNIQUE : lithograph MEASUREMENT : paper is approx. 7 x 9.75" CONDITION : this is an original antique print - as such there may be varying signs of aging... so please look at the photos carefully - the first photo shows the entire print - convo me for additional photos AUTHENTICITY : all prints are guaranteed to be a original ANTIQUE - over 100 years old…
Andreas Vesalius (1514–1564), Skeleton Contemplating a Skull from De Humani Corporis Fabrica, 1543
From the exhibition Anatomically Correct: Medical Illustrations, 1543–2008 at The Benton. Of, or relating to, the Morbid Anatomy blog.
Antique medical scientific illustration high-resolution: heart
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