Anatomical art

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inspired by Kintsugi, the art of fixing broken pottery together to add to the story of the piece within its preservation. You can't unbreak a plate, you can't unbreak a heart, but your scars will tell a story. Some scars are physical, and some are emotional, but they stay as landmarks of your history. -- Choose from our vast selection of art prints and posters to match with your desired size to make the perfect print or poster. Pick your favorite: Movies, TV Shows, Art, and so much more! Availab Draw, Ilustrasi, Resim, Girl Back Tattoos, Art Reference, Drawings, Kunst, Aesthetic Art, Heart Drawing

inspired by Kintsugi, the art of fixing broken pottery together to add to the story of the piece within its preservation. You can't unbreak a plate, you can't unbreak a heart, but your scars will tell a story. Some scars are physical, and some are emotional, but they stay as landmarks of your history. -- Choose from our vast selection of art prints and posters to match with your desired size to make the perfect print or poster. Pick your favorite: Movies, TV Shows, Art, and so much more…

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Muscles of the Back – Product – The Public Domain Review

Part of a series of extraordinary anatomical illustrations from Myologie complete en couleur et grandeur naturelle (1746) with texts by French physician and anatomist Guichard Joseph Duverney. The scenes were based on cadavers dissected by Duverney and made using coloured mezzotint, a method invented in 1719 by Gautier D’Agoty’s master, Jaques Christophe Le Blon. (Source: Wellcome Collection)

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Marissa Forderer
Anatomy Paintings | Fabulous Fernando Vicente

Born in Madrid, Spain - artist Fernando Vicente’s massive portfolio contains an eclectic variety of incredible works. An illustrator and fine artist, he runs the gamut from cartoons to editorial, pin-ups to portraits, realism to fantasy, cartography to anatomy. The elegance of Fernando’s “Vanitas” series (the ones with a green circle background), elevates anatomical art to a surreal and decorative - yet unusual beauty. (Originally posted in the Eclectix "Bad To The Bone" Issue, Sept-Nov…

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Vanessa Branco