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  • Four scenes with a skeleton: the skeleton directing an astronomer-alchemist, poisoning the drink of lovers, contemplating a flagellant, and taking away a man. Drawings attributed to H.K. Browne [Phiz].
  • Galen, standing in a glade, looks at a human skeleton on the ground. Engraving by H.F. Rose, 1820.
  • Three anatomical dissections taking place in an attic. Coloured lithograph by T. C. Wilson after a pen and wash drawing by T. Rowlandson.
  • A human skeleton with a red hat. Papier mâché sculpture by a Mexican artist, 1975.
  • The dissection of a young, beautiful woman directed by J. Ch. G. Lucae (1814-1885) in order to determine the ideal female proportions. Chalk drawing by J. H. Hasselhorst, 1864.
  • The trunk of the skeleton: posterior view. Line engraving by A. Bell after J.-J. Sue, 1798.
  • Eleven decorated initials from the Basel 1555 edition of Andreas Vesalius's De humani corporis fabrica. Woodcuts, 1555.
  • Ancient anatomists in discussion around a cadaver. Engraving by G. Appelmans, 1674.
  • A skeleton seen from the front, resting the bones of the right forearm on a spade and holding a skull aloft in its left hand. On the left is an illustration of the sacrum and on the right, a skull in profile, with further bones to be seen at the skeleton's feet. Photograph of a woodcut, c. 1590.
  • Five scenes with a skeleton. Drawings attributed to H.K. Browne [Phiz].
  • A human skeleton, seen from the front and leaning on a spade, surrounded by illustrations of individual bones. Engraving, 1686.
  • William Hunter (1718-1783) in his museum in Windmill Street on the day of resurrection, surrounded by skeletons and bodies, some of whom are searching for their missing parts. Engraving, 1782.
  • Elizabeth Brownrigg: her skeleton displayed in a niche at Surgeons' Hall, Old Bailey, London. Engraving.
  • A skeleton leaning on an inscribed tombstone, resting his right hand on a skull. Line engraving by J. Tinney, 1743, after A. Vesalius, 1543.
  • Skulls and bones of friars, looking towards the altar of a chapel. Photograph.
  • A skeleton leaning on a spade. Line engraving by J. Tinney, 1743, after A. Vesalius, 1543.
  • A woman divided into two, representing life and death. Oil painting.
  • Human bones in the foreground; skeletons in the background. Engraving after C. Martinez, ca. 1680 (?).
  • The bones of the arm. Engraving after G. de Lairesse, 1739.
  • A sky-lit anatomy theatre with anatomical specimens in jars and a suspended skeleton. Colour acquatint by J. C. Stadler after A. Pugin, 1815.
  • The pelvis of an articulated skeleton. Drawing, ca. 1560 (?).
  • A human skeleton, seen from the back, resting the bones of its right forearm on a spade handle, after Vesalius. Etching by I. Basire, 1743.
  • A cross-section of an anatomy theatre. Watercolour by Charles Harding, 1762.
  • Different degrees of ossification of the parietal bone of the skull. Engraving by Benard, late 18th century.
  • Santa Maria della Concezione, Rome: skulls and skeletons of the friars arranged in arches and columns around the walls of the Convento dei Cappuccini. Photograph.
  • A human skeleton, seen from the front, with labels giving the latin names of the bones. Photograph after a woodcut after Hans Wechtlin, 1517.
  • A human skeleton, seen from the front, resting the bones of his left forearm on a spade handle, after Vesalius. Engraving by Benard, 1779, after a woodcut, 1543.
  • Human bones in the foreground; skeletons in the background. Engraving after C. Martinez, ca. 1680 (?).
  • Interior of a dissecting room with cadavers laid out on tables. Drawing by Paul Renouard, 1906.
  • Bones of the lower leg and of the foot and the knee joint. Crayon manner print attributed to G. Smith, 18th century.