Thursday, September 12, 2013

Anatomical Venuses in 19th Century NYC, Gallivanting Fetal Skeletons and Human Anatomy in 18th Century Color: Morbid Anatomy Guest Posts for the New York Academy of Medicine Blog

Interested in knowing more about Anatomical Venuses on display to the paying public in 19th century New York City (top image)? Or maybe you'd like to see some adorably animated fetal skeletons drawn from a circa 1600 publication (middle image)? Or perhaps you'd be interested in learning about vibrant color renderings of human anatomy dating back to the early 1700s?

If any or all of these things are of interest, click here to check out some new, heavily-illustrated Morbid Anatomy guest posts on the wonderful New York Academy of Medicine's "Books, Health and History" Blog!

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