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Panacea, daughter of Г†sculapius, examining a urine flask and
surrounded by medical paraphernalia.
Invitation to Charles II autopsy.
His majesty King Charles II of England.
7 February 1685
The anatomy of Dr Willem Roell. Oil painting by B. F. Landis after
Cornelis Troost.
The dissection of a corpse before a company of surgeons
A physiological demonstration with vivisection of a dog. Oil
painting by Emile-Edouard Mouchy.
A scene of anatomical dissection in the ancient world, in a landscape setting.
Engraving, 1801.
The Parisian surgeon and anatomist A. Velpeau (1795-1867) performing an anatomical
dissection. Etching, after a painting by F. N. A. Feyen-Perrin, 1864.
An anatomical dissection taking place in a hall decorated with musclemen and human
and animal skeletons in niches. Engraving with etching, 1685.
An anatomical dissection by Jean Riolan the younger (1580-1657). Engraving of 1649 by Renier
van Persyn after a design of 1626 by Crispijn de Passe the second.
An anatomical dissection by Realdus Colombus, attended by onlookers. Collotype after
a woodcut, 1559.
An anatomical dissection in an interior in Guadalupe. Gouache attributed to F. J.
Blanco Juste, c. 1934.
A dissection scene with St Anthony of Padua in which the miser's heart is found not in
his body, but in a casket with his money. Engraving by G. Canuti, 19th c., after
Girolamo da Treviso.
A dissection scene, with five attending figures. Line block after a woodcut, 1482.
A man seated in a chair in a landscape, holding an open book, directing a dissection
which is taking place in the foreground. Line block after a woodcut, c. 1493.
Sir Charles Scarborough and Dr Edward Arris conducting an anatomical dissection.
Watercolour painting by G. P. Harding after an oil painting by R. Greenbury.
William Cheselden giving an anatomical demonstration to six spectators in the
anatomy-theatre of the Barber-Surgeons' Company, London, ca. 1730/1740. Oil
painting attributed to Charles Phillips.
Five surgeons attending dissection of corpse.
Engraving By: William Marshall
From: The manuall of the anatomy or dissection of the body of man.
By: Alexander Read
A dissection scene after "The Anatomy Lesson" by Rembrandt - showing Nicholas Tulp
lecturing to
members of the Surgeons's Guild at Amsterdam, 1632. Ivory on wood.
Anatomical dissection by prosecutor, with lecturer sitting apart, circa 1521
Woodcut 1521
From: Isagoge Breves
By: Beregarius, Jacobus, Carpensis
Published: B. HectorisBologna 1523
Instruments for dissection, after Vesalius' Fabrica 1543, page 235.
Woodcut 16th century
Woodcut of anatomical dissection.
From: The 'Fasciculo di medicina', Venice 1493.
An anatomical dissection in an anatomy theatre.
Engraving circa 1714 By: P.L. Ghezzi
From: Tabulae anatomicae
By: Giovanni Maria Lancisi
Engraving of an anatomical dissection at Leiden.
circa 1614
An anatomical dissection by Pieter Pauw in the Leiden anatomy theatre. Engraving by
Andries Stock after a drawing by Jacques de Gheyn II, 1615.
Caricature of an anatomical
dissection, depicting the cruelty of dissected criminal avenged by the heartlessness of the
anatomists; 'The Reward of Cruelty'.
Engraving 1751
Dissection scene
Engraving and text
From: Anthropographia et osteologia
By: Jean Riolan the younger
Published: MoreauParis 1626
Mundinus, the Italian anatomist, making his first dissection in the anatomy theatre at
Bologna, 1318. Oil painting by Ernest Board.
circa 1910 By: Ernest Board
An aged anatomist selecting his dissection instrument whilst a young woman tries to
warn that his subject is alive. Coloured etching by T. Rowlandson, 1811.
1811 By: Thomas Rowlandson
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