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An anatomical dissection by Reinier de Graaf, taking place in a room with a patient in bed. Reproduction, 1927, of an engraving by G. Wingendorp, 1671.
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An anatomical dissection by Reinier de Graaf, taking place in a room with a patient in bed. Reproduction, 1927, of an engraving by G. Wingendorp, 1671., result 1 of 1

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Title
An anatomical dissection by Reinier de Graaf, taking place in a room with a patient in bed. Reproduction, 1927, of an engraving by G. Wingendorp, 1671.
Work Type
Title pages. Photomechanical prints.
Date
1927
Material
process print ;
Measurements
image 16 x 9.7 cm +
Description
1 print :
Seen through an arch, de Graaf discusses the dissection with two companions. In front of the dissecting table are the bodies of a variety of animals and a living dog. To the right of the window, surgical instruments hang on the wall. This is the title page to his 1671 work on pancreatic secretions. De Graaf is also known for his book on the sexual organs of the human female, De mulierum organis generationi inservientibus, published in Leiden 1672
G. Wingendorp sc. ; Regnerus de Graaf, De succo pancreatico
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Source
Image and original data from Wellcome Collection
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L0041116.jpg
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