THAMES & HUDSON
Starting with the groundbreaking drawings of Leonardo da Vinci, this lavishly illustrated book chronicles the remarkable history of anatomical illustration from the Renaissance to the digital 'Visible Human' project today. Its survey of five and a half centuries of meticulous visual description by anatomists and artists will be a welcome addition to the libraries of artists, art students, doctors and anyone interested in the history of science.
Table of Contents
The Art of Anatomy • Vesaluis • Estienne • Valverde • Eustachi • Casseri and Spieghel • Bidloo and Cowper • Ruysch • Cheselden • Albinus • Gautier d’Agoty • Smellie and Hunter • Gamelin • Bell • Ballie, Willan, Cruveilhier and Carswell • Cloquet and Sarlandière • Bourgery • Quain, Maclise and Ellis • Gray • Braune • Anatomy in the Digital Age