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Пишет marinni ([info]marinni)
@ 2009-06-16 12:04:00


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Старинные медицинские манекены

Старинные медицинские манекены и рисунки.









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Venus-fermee


Venus-ouverte.
From the "Anatomie des Vanités" exhibit at the Erasmus House in Brussels, Belgium.

From the "Anatomie des Vanités" exhibit at the Erasmus House in Brussels, Belgium.


Vanitas Figure, probably 18th C Europe, In the Medicine Man Hall, Caption following





19th C Anatomical Venus, Unknown Modeller and Workshop, Museu d'Història de la Medicina de Catalunya

19th C Anatomical Venus, Unknown Modeller and Workshop, Museu d'Història de la Medicina de Catalunya

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"Anatomical Venus," 1782
СЛАЙДШОУ С ВЫСТАВКИ:
http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/color_of_life/slideshow.html

"Anatomical Venus," 1782





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La Specola Model, 18th C wax
From "Opening Up a Few Corpses, 1795-1995" by John Bender of Stanford University


Museum of Anatomical Waxes “Luigi Cattezneo” (Museo Delle Cere Anatomiche “Luigi Cattaneo”): Bologna, Italy
Wax model of the eye apparatus and related structures; Clemente Susini, late 18th or early 19th Centur

From Anatomical Theatre Exhibition, September, 2007. University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Museum of Anatomical Waxes “Luigi Cattezneo” (Museo Delle Cere Anatomiche “Luigi Cattaneo”): Bologna, Italy
Wax model of the eye apparatu and related structures; Clemente Susini, late 18th or early 19th Century
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Museum of Anatomical Waxes “Luigi Cattezneo” (Museo Delle Cere Anatomiche “Luigi Cattaneo”): Bologna, Italy
Wax anatomical model; 19th Century?

From Anatomical Theatre Exhibition, September, 2007. University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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The Josephinum : Vienna, Austria
"Anatomical Venus"
Wax model with human hair in rosewood and Venetian glass case; Workshop of Clemente Susini of Florence, 1781-1786

From Anatomical Theatre Exhibition, September, 2007. University of Alabama at Birmingham. See website gallery for more information.


La Specola” (Museo di Storia Naturale) : Florence, Italy
"Anatomical Venus"
Wax wodel with human hair and pearls in rosewood and Venetian glass case; Probably modeled by Clemente Susini (around 1790)



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The Josephinum : Vienna, Austria
"Obstetric Model"
Wax model with human hair in rosewood and Venetian glass case; Workshop of Clemente Susini of Florence, 1781-1786


“La Specola” (Museo di Storia Naturale) : Florence, Italy
Wax model in rosewood and Venetian glass case; Probably modeled by Clemente Susini (around 1790)
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Foetus in placenta in utero.

From the ‘Understanding the Body’ theme of the Science Museum of London's upcoming "Brought to Life" web exhibition.

Female figure, deep dissection to show kidneys, uterus, etc.
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Miniature Anatomical Venus, 18 век

http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/

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Anatomical Eye for the Duke of Tuscany, 1674


Anatomical Mannequins
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Wax Plaques for Teaching, Viennese? Early 19th C, Caption Card



’St Elizabeth Visiting the Sick’
Oil painting on copper by Adam Elsheimer (1578-1610)

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Front view. This is a figure of a man with most of his skin peeled back to reveal some of the anatomy of the body. It is made from coloured wax and is mounted on a wooden stand. It is thought to be the work of Anna Morandi Manzolini (1716-1774) an Italian craftswoman in Bologna, whose skills as a wax modeller were famous in her day.


Acupuncture figure, Chinese, late Ming Dynasty, c.17th century
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premiere echographie!-


deuxieme echographie

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Museum of Anatomical Waxes “Luigi Cattezneo” (Museo Delle Cere Anatomiche “Luigi Cattaneo”): Bologna, Italy
Wax anatomical model; 19th Century?

From Anatomical Theatre Exhibition, September, 2007. University of Alabama at Birmingham.
http://morbidanatomy.blogspot.com/


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[info]b_a_n_s_h_e_e@lj
2009-06-16 10:01 (ссылка)
Какие томные и чувственные пособия :)

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[info]marinni@lj
2009-06-16 10:22 (ссылка)
Такое впечатление, что они в модель были влюблены.

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