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Tabulae anatomicae... Rome, 1741. Copperplate engraving. National Library of Medicine. Pietro Berrettini da Cortona (1596-1669) [artist] Around 1618 Berrettini made a series of extraordinary drawings that were later forgotten and only printed in 1741. The figures are emphatic anatomical entertainers who solicit attention with aggressive body language.

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Florence, 1833. Overprinted and hand colored copperplate engraving. National Library of Medicine Paolo Mascagni (1755-1815) [anatomist] Antonio Serantoni (1780-1837) [artist] Mascagni developed new methods of anatomical preservation, made important contributions to the understanding of human lymphatics, and produced a comprehensive and unprecedented series of brilliantly colored, oversized, anatomical plates.

World without water. (Den Aardkloot van water ontbloot, na twee zijden aante sien.) Dutch, 1690.

Voronoi diagram / sevensixfive sketchbook

Undulate / Étienne-Jules Marey, 1894