Master of the arts: Many professors of anatomy say they still use da Vinci's drawings to teach medical students as the accuracy of his work has rarely been surpassed

Hundreds of years ahead of his time: Leonardo da Vinci's extraordinarily detailed anatomical drawings show he was more than a match for today's medical technology

Master of the arts: Many professors of anatomy say they still use da Vinci's drawings to teach medical students as the accuracy of his work has rarely been surpassed

http://www.leonardo-da-vinci-biography.com/images/leonardo-da-vinci-anatomy.1.jpg   Bones of the arm.

Page: Studies of the Arm showing the Movements made by the Biceps Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Place of Creation: Italy Style: High Renaissance Genre: sketch Technique: ink Material: paper Tags: human-anatomy, parts-of-human-body

Surgical-Anatomical Tables by Anton Nuhn, 1846    From the anatomical literature and drawings collection at Heidelberg University--HeidICON.

Surgical-Anatomical Tables by Anton Nuhn, 1846 From the anatomical literature and drawings collection at Heidelberg University--HeidICON.

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Ball point pen drawing by Andrea Schillaci I love the pose the skeleton assumes. Both haunting and exuberant at the same time.

Surgical-Anatomical Tables by Anton Nuhn, 1846    From the anatomical literature and drawings collection at Heidelberg University--HeidICON.

Surgical-Anatomical Tables by Anton Nuhn, 1846 From the anatomical literature and drawings collection at Heidelberg University--HeidICON.


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