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Joseph Maclise : “Surgical Anatomy, Plate 4” (1851)

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Published “to present to the student of medicine and the practitioner removed from the schools, a series of dissections demonstrative of the relative anatomy of the principal regions of the human body,” Joseph Maclise’s Surgical Anatomy featured 35 lithographed plates in its first edition, 52 in its second, and 68 in its American edition. The author was the brother of the Irish history, literary and portrait painter Daniel Maclise, and his renderings of the human figure display a similar style and overall fine art sensibility. It has been suggested that Maclise’s faces were portraits of living persons, possibly visitors to the Crystal Palace Exhibition of 1851.

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