anatomical drawings

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  • While there, he also took courses in anatomical drawing at a nearby art school.
  • His first award in the Academy was for an anatomical drawing.
  • Morse had been connected with the school since its foundation, and helped teach Anatomical Drawing.
  • Also shown are anatomical drawings from that same period.
  • There was an Irish student who sat in front of me, whose anatomical drawings in water-colour were certainly most remarkable productions. Cited from Thomas Henry Huxley Vol. 3, by Leonard Huxley
  • His anatomical drawings have never been surpassed in detail and accuracy, and are still used today.
  • In 1831, he used his anatomical drawing experience to create anatomy textbooks for art students.
  • Large anatomical drawings were made by the students.
  • He participated in several autopsies and created many detailed anatomical drawings, planning a major work of comparative human anatomy.
  • Jones contributed the anatomical drawings of sections of the eye that appeared in Mackenzie's classic treatise.
  • In 1489 Leonardo began a series of anatomical drawings depicting the ideal human form.
  • There is a picture that I want you to see; not a coloured photograph, nor an exercise in anatomical drawing; but a real picture that will rest the eyes of your heart. Cited from The Ruling Passion, by Henry van Dyke
  • Thus, too, he found in Leonardo's engineering and anatomical drawings a perpetual feast; and of the former he spoke even with emotion. Cited from Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin, R. L. Stevenson
  • He executed anatomical drawings for a surgeon, and painted miniatures, one a portrait of his sister, another of himself in 1817.
  • He was the first to develop drawing techniques in anatomy to convey information using cross-sections and multiple angles, although centuries would pass before anatomical drawings became accepted as crucial for learning anatomy.
  • By this time Leonardo had made over 750 detailed anatomical drawings with annotations.
  • The deputy coroner glanced at the notes on the back of the chart, then reversed it, holding it aloft so that all in the room could see the anatomical drawing of a human figure. Cited from I Spy, by Natalie Sumner Lincoln
  • At the Academy the courses Akkeringa took focussed on anatomical drawing, drawing from models, as well as studying the arts of perspective and composition.
  • The anatomy of the saint relates to a page of anatomical drawings of the shoulder girdle.
  • If, therefore, the anatomical drawings made by Leonardo from about twenty bodies that he dissected, are marvellous specimens of art, he left it to others to make a really systematic study of the human body. Cited from The Age of the Reformation, by Preserved Smith
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