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LEONARD'S DREAM The Lancers of Lynwood - Macmillan & Co - 1895 - Google Search
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Catacombs Beneath Paris
Paris Catacombs historic print From a nineteenth-century French newspaper; based on one of Felix Nadar’s photos in the Catacombs.
25 Spooky Pictures Of The Parisian Catacombs, The World´s Largest Necropolis | Halloween Costumes Ideas 2015 | Best Halloween Costumes
Vetenskaps-akademiens handlingar. 1896.
Vetenskap Akademien Handlingar, Academien Handlingar, 1896, Vetenskaps Akademiens, Posts, Eye Deals
Swenska wetenskaps academiens handlingar
Vetenskaps-akademiens handlingar. 1896. | nemfrog
Fundus oculi of lemur, Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1897.
Domain Artworks, Morbid Anatomy, Zoology Society, Fundus Oculi, Eye Art, Public Domain
Fundus oculi of a lemur, Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1897.
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Eye Candy, Eye De, Eyebal Dork
Eyes De iritide, (Leipzig, 1838) Author: AMMON, Friedrich August von (1799–1861).
TREPANATION: This "therapy" holds that insanity is caused by demons lurking inside the skull. Boring a hole in the patient’s head creates a door through which the demons can escape, and – viola! – out goes the crazy.
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Thank you, Modern Medicine.
Herb List, "Trepanation", Vienna 1944
Vienna. Trepanation. Herbert List, 1944
Henri Gervex Before the Operation, with Dr. Pean (1887)
Gervex 1852 1929, Art Paintings, Artgrait Painters, England Victorian, Classic Paintings, Classic Artists, Artists Henry, Henry Gervex, Beautiful Art
Artist: Henri Gervex (1852 - 1929) Art style: Realism Title: Before the Operation, or Doctor Pean teaching at Saint-Louis hospital (1887) Size: 188 x 242 cm Technique oil on canvas Location: Paris, Musée d'Orsay
PAINTING THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE - Masters Gallery Vancouver
'Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Willem van der Meer', oil on canvas by Michiel Jansz van Mierevelt, 1617.Lección de Anatomía del Dr. Willem van der Meer (1617), Michael Jansz van Mierevelt
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Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt - The Anatomy Lesson of Doctor Willem van der Meer
oil painting 20th century - Google Search
'The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Willem van der Meer' by Pieter van Mierevelt (1596-1623).
La Autopsia en el Arte: Autopsia del cadáver de una mujer. Amsterdam, s. XVII
Medical Technology, Del Cadáver, Art, Medicina Antigua, Morbid Anatomy, A Woman, Medical History, Autopsia Del, Autopsia En
La Autopsia en el Arte: William Cheselden dando una lección de anatomía en el anfiteatro de la Compañía de Barberos y Cirujanos de Londres. (1730-1740)
Oil Paintings, Medicina Antigua, Williams Cheselden, Anatomical Art, Morbid Anatomy, Anatomy Theatres, Medical History, Human Body, Anatomical Demonstrations
William Cheselden was one of the leading and most prestigious English surgeons of the early 18th century. He is depicted here giving an anatomical demonstration to six spectators in the anatomy theatre of the Barber-Surgeons' Company, London. Oil painting by Charles Phillips c.1730 ~~ www.facebook.com/TheIrregularAnatomist ~~ www.twitter.com/Irr_Anatomist
Pregnancy Doll - this is disturbing.
Cabinets Of Curio, Pregnant Dolls, 19Th Century, Stretch Mark, Barbie Dolls, Weird, Wtf, Births, Art Dolls
**Check out the Stretch Marks ** IN THE 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY, SIDESHOW CARNIVALS known as misemono were a popular form of entertainment for the sophisticated residents of Edo (present-day Tokyo). The sideshows featured a myriad of educational and entertaining attractions designed to evoke a sense of wonder and satisfy a deep curiosity for the mysteries of life. One popular attraction was the pregnant doll.
art dolls | Dark-skinned" pregnant doll - Edo-Tokyo Museum [ + ]
Ummm, WTF? Is this like a barbie doll? It is very disturbing.
Creepy pregnant doll thing giving birth...?
Kinda weird but cool at the same time - old Japanese doll used to teach midwives in the 19th century. I kind of want one just to see it and mess with it :/
19th Century Japanese Pregnancy Dolls WTF !!
Jacob Rueff | De conceptu et generatione hominis, 1554
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Jacob Rueff, Pregnant Women from De Conceptu et Generatione Hominis, 1554
Doctor examining a patient. Miniature from Anatomia of Guy de Vigeganot from 1345.
De Vigeganot, Low Armrest, X Chairs, Turning Low, Doctors Examin, Guys De, 14Th Century, Folding Chairs, Medieval
Let op de stoel waar op gezeten wordt. Deze worden ook wel de X chair genoemd en stamt uit de 14th en 15th eeuw. Dit beeld is uit ca. 1345.
St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: Medieval folding chairs
Doctor examining a patient showing a x-chair with turned low armrests. Miniature from Anatomia of Guy de Vigeganot from 1345.
Ms 334/579 fig.17 Examination of a patient from,'Liber notabilium Philippi Septimi, francorum regis, a libris Galieni extractus', by Guy of Pavia, 1345 (vellum) Artist Italian School, (14th century) Location Musee Conde, Chantilly, France
A Standing Dissected Man, Posterior View, with Separate Sections of the Brain by Jacques-Fabien Gautier D’Agoty Date painted: 1764/1765 Oil on canvas , 203 x 65 cm Collection: Wellcome Library
Oil On Canvas, Jacques Fabien Gautier, Wellcom Libraries, The Brain, 1764 1765 Oil, Dissect Men, Posterior View, Gautier D Agoti, Stands Dissect
centuriespast: A Standing Dissected Man, Posterior View, with Separate Sections of the Brain by Jacques-Fabien Gautier D’Agoty Date painted: 1764/1765 Oil on canvas , 203 x 65 cm Collection: Wellcome Library
Jacques Fabien Gautier D’Agoty (1717-1785)
Superficial muscles and fascia in the adult male and female Die Frau als Hausärztin. Dr. Anna Fitcher-Duckelmann, 1911.
Adult Male, Anna Fitcher Duckelmann, Superficial Muscle, The Woman, Al Hausärztin, Female Die, Fascia Dr., 1911, Frau Al
beneath the scrim superficial muscles and fascia Dr. Anna Fitcher-Duckelmann, 1911
Biomedical Ephemera, or: A Frog for Your Boils — Superficial muscles and fascia in the adult male...
The Anatomy Lesson of Professor Willem Roell, 1728- Rembrandt. 1632.
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Cornelis Troost (1697–1750), Anatomy lesson of Dr Willem Röell, 1728
What's the difference between life and death. A 1728 oil painting by Cornelis Troost depicting an anatomy lesson using a cadaver.
MOSHITA — Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Willem Röell Cornelis...
Anatomy lesson by Professor Willem Roell, Cornelis Troost, 1728
The Anatomical Lesson of Dr Zacheus de Jager. It was painted by Christiaan Coevershof in 1640 and the deans are posed in the manner used by Rembrandt in his famous 1632 Anatomical Lesson of Dr Tulp. However; unlike Rembrandt, Coevershof did not portray an anatomy lesson, rather the painting served only as an historical record of the deans.
The Anatomical Lesson of Dr Zacheus de Jager. It was painted by Christiaan Coevershof in 1640 and the deans are posed in the manner used by Rembrandt in his famous 1632 Anatomical Lesson of Dr Tulp (https://pinterest.com/pin/287386019941531868). However; unlike Rembrandt, Coevershof did not portray an anatomy lesson, rather the painting served only as an historical record of the deans.
Strong clothing was a rather euphemistic term used to describe certain forms of restraint used in late 19th century asylums. The intention of strong clothing (including strong dresses and padded gloves) was to protect patients, both preventing self-inflicted injury and the destruction of their clothing. “made of stout linen or woollen material, and lined throughout with flannel. The limbs are all free to move, but the hands are enclosed in the extremities of the dress, which are padded...