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 1890 antique anatomical model of the heart by Bock-Steger, Lips [Leipzig]. The plaster model is over-life-size and stands cm high Anatomy Art, Heart Anatomy, Human Anatomy, E Mc2, Anatomical Heart, Bizarre, Medical History, Memento Mori, Vanitas

ALEX PECK MEDICAL AND SURGICAL ANTIQUES ARCHIVE, P. 47

An antique medical, surgical, dental, and Civil War related archive site. Fine examples of surgical sets, stethoscopes, pelicans, Civil War Medical Staff swords, etc., are pictured with authoritative descriptions. Links to other useful information.

Lymphatic system, wax anatomical model showing lymph nodes of the neck by the French studio of Vasseur & Tramond, Mütter Museum of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia Anatomy Art, Human Anatomy, Animal Anatomy, Lymph Nodes, Vintage Medical, Lymphatic System, Medical History, Anatomy And Physiology, Dentistry

Lymphatic system

19th-century wax anatomical model showing lymph nodes of the neck by the French studio of Vasseur & Tramond, Mütter Museum of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia From series James G. Mundie's Cabinet of Curiosities [Copyright © 2009 James G. Mundie. Image may not be reproduced in any form without express written permission.]

La Specola Model, C wax// florence, italy one of mine and olivia's favorite museums Anatomy Study, Anatomy Art, Human Anatomy, Vanitas, Danse Macabre, Medical History, Anatomy And Physiology, Memento Mori, Human Body

La Specola Model, 18th C wax

From "Opening Up a Few Corpses, 1795-1995" by John Bender of Stanford University Images of, or related to, the Morbid Anatomy blog.

☞ MD ☆☆☆ 1901 human anatomy original antique medical organs print layers of the body, via Etsy. Medical Drawings, Medical Art, Medical Illustrations, Medical Science, Anatomy Art, Anatomy Drawing, Pseudo Science, Medical Anatomy, Human Anatomy And Physiology

1901 human anatomy original antique medical organs print layers of the body

this is a glorious & gory original antique full color lithograph printed in new york in1901 it depicts a human head ~ detailing the various layers of its anatomy and titled a picture of goo dhealth the print measures aprox. 7.25 x 9.75" ~ a copy of the title page with the date, publisher and printers information is included with the print ~ all prints come in a new clear archival envelope with the title page and/or documentation on the reverse side - ready for gifting or keeping! ~ i use…

“Surgical instruments” from Marc-Jean Bourgery Traité complet de l’anatomie. Volume Plate ed: I posted this a long time ago. I recommend Vintage Printable for cool old illustrations like this. Medical Art, Medical Science, Medical History, Instruments, William Morris, Things Organized Neatly, Surgical Tech, Medical Anatomy, Plague Doctor

Things Organized Neatly

SUBMISSION: “Surgical instruments” from Marc-Jean Bourgery (1831-1854), Traité complet de l’anatomie. Volume 6, Plate 17. ed: I posted this a long time ago. I recommend Vintage Printable for cool old...

by Elena Syraka Surgical tools decorated with overlaid gold, Iran century. Courtesy of The Benaki Museum, AthensSurgical tools decorated with overlaid gold, Iran century. Courtesy of The Benaki Museum, Athens Benaki Museum, Nour, Antique Tools, Medical History, Instrumental, Islamic Art, Iran, 19th Century, Retro

Nour by Elena Syraka | Yatzer

When Elena Syraka decided to let herself be inspired by Islamic Art for her unique collection, we knew that this was something worth waiting for. When we then heard that Costas Voyatzis had been appointed for the exhibit’s presentation and graphic identity, we knew that this was something that couldn’t be missed.

sixpenceee: “ “The Tooth Worm as Hell’s Demon” is a carving made by an unknown artist in Century, France. The tooth worm was first noted by the Sumerians around 5000 BC. The hypothesis was that tooth decay was the result of a tooth worm boring. Instalation Art, Cabinet Of Curiosities, Bizarre, Foto Art, Weird And Wonderful, French Artists, Dentistry, Amazing Art, Awesome

“The Tooth Worm as Hell’s Demon”, southern France, 18th Century; This artistically designed ivory carving is contained in a molar, 10.5 cm in height, which can be separated into two halves of equal size. It opens out into two scenes depicting the infernal torments of toothache as a battle with the “tooth worm”. The legend of the “tooth worm” as the cause of toothache originated in Mesopotamia around 1800 B.C. A legend, in much the same sense as that of the Creation, concerning the origin of…

Morbid Anatomy: "Exquisite Bodies: or the Curious and Grotesque History of the Anatomical Model," Exhibition, July 30 - October Wellcome Collection, London Anatomy Art, Human Anatomy, Wellcome Collection, Medical Science, Medical History, Midwifery, Museum, Macabre, Human Body

Morbid Anatomy

Surveying the Interstices of Art and Medicine, Death and Culture

Pregnancy Pose Credit: Jacques Fabien Gautier D’Agoty. National Library of Medicine A classic pose of French portraiture meets anatomical art in this painting of a pregnant woman from Anatomy Art, Anatomy Drawing, Human Anatomy, Life Drawing, Figure Drawing, Medical Drawings, Vintage Medical, Medical Illustration, Medical History

Dream Anatomy: Gallery: Gautier D’Agoty and Duverney: Anatomie des parties...

Anatomie des parties de la génértion de l’homme et de la femme, Paris, 1773. Colored mezzotint. National Library of Medicine D’Agoty’s colored mezzotints have a painterly quality. This pregnant woman calmly looks back at the viewer, a characteristic pose of 18th-century French portraiture.

A magnificent set of surgical instruments, German, ca Ivory, silver fire-gilt, iron. On the stand of Kunstkammer Georg Laue at the TEFAF fair in Maastricht in March. Instruments, Objets Antiques, Landsknecht, Medical History, Objet D'art, Sculpture, Ancient Artifacts, Renaissance, Archaeology

A magnificent set of surgical instruments, German, ca 1600. Ivory, silver fire-gilt, iron.

Edo-period medical illustration Vol. 3 Anatomical illustrations, late century “ These illustrations are from a late document based on the work of Majima Seigan, a. Medical Art, Medical History, Edo Period Japan, Plakat Design, Human Figure Drawing, Vintage Medical, Anatomy Art, Anatomy Drawing, Qi Gong

Carla Brócoli

Edo-period medical illustration (1603-1868) Vol. 3 Anatomical illustrations, late 17th century “ These illustrations are from a late 17th-century document based on the work of Majima Seigan, a...