anatomy

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This Just In: Anatomy in Wax, Wood, and Ink

“These prints preserve a fascinating moment in the history of art and science, through the meeting point of anatomy.” More»

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Leonardo da Vinci, Anatomist

From the new book: Leonardo's exploded view of the muscles and tendons of the soles of the foot, with anatomical notes in English

Leonardo da Vinci worked for 25 years on a complete guide to the human form that would have transformed the study of anatomy in Europe. But the project was never finished and the notes were all but lost for centuries… More»

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