ANATOMY: EXPLORING THE HUMAN BODY

ANATOMY: EXPLORING THE HUMAN BODY

2019-11-21

Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body is a visually compelling survey of more than 5,000 years of image-making. Through 300 remarkable works, selected and curated by an international panel of anatomists, curators, academics, and specialists, the book chronicles the intriguing visual history of human anatomy, showcasing its amazing complexity and our ongoing fascination with the systems and functions of our bodies. Exploring individual parts of the human body from head to toe, and revealing the intricate functions of body systems, such as the nerves, muscles, organs, digestive system, brain, and senses, this authoritative book presents iconic examples alongside rarely seen, breathtaking works. The 300 entries are arranged with juxtapositions of contrasting and complementary illustrations to allow for thought-provoking, lively, and stimulating reading.

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Professor Thomas Schnalke is director of the Berliner Medizinhistorischen Museums der Charité.



By Phaidon Editors from Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body copyright Phaidon 2019

By Phaidon Editors from Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body copyright Phaidon 2019

By Phaidon Editors from Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body copyright Phaidon 2019

By Phaidon Editors from Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body copyright Phaidon 2019

By Phaidon Editors from Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body copyright Phaidon 2019

By Phaidon Editors from Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body copyright Phaidon 2019

By Phaidon Editors from Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body copyright Phaidon 2019

By Phaidon Editors from Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body copyright Phaidon 2019

By Phaidon Editors from Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body copyright Phaidon 2019

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Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body
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