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Monday, January 18, 2010

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Margaret Lambert

I have a different anatomical man which had been my grandfather's when he was in medical school in the first years of the 20th century: "Dr Minder's Anatomical Manikin of the Human Body." Again, it is all chromolithographed, is a bit like a paper doll, and has multiple images showing skeleton, musculature, veins and arteries, then organs with several little individual, removable pieces- heart, lungs, stomach and so on. Unlike yours, the poor man has no external genitalia whatever. For reasons unknown my grandfather never finished his training, but I'm happy the Manikin was saved.

Darla

I love anatomical drawings. Back in my nursing school days I had a text book where various drawings were done on transparencies and when overlapped they where to provide an image of how all the parts fit together.

I think I've just revealed how long ago its been since I attended school, LOL!

Darla

Tom Richardson

Thank you for the link to my site where the e-book is for sale. I have recently revised the book and improved the scans. It will soon be available for sale on Amazon.com check the site for details:
http://figure-drawings.com/anatomy-artists-painters.html

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