Carlo Cesi was an Italian painter and engraver of the Roman school. During the 17th century he produced sixteen plates on anatomy, focusing on the skeletal and muscular systems required by artists. These were translated into German by Johann Daniel Preissler of the Nüremberg Academy of Art in 1706 and published in the volume L’anatomia dei pittori del signore Carlo Cesio, or “The Anatomy of the painters of Mr. Carlo Cesio.”
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Carlo Cesi and Jerome Bollmann : “Anatomical Drawing of a Human Skeleton” (1706/1759)
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