Human anatomy treatise with illustrations was published in Basel, Switzerland, in 1543 De humani corporis fabrica (On the Human’s Bodily Works). Belgian-born physicians Andreas Vesalius and Jan Stephan van Calcarphysician had studied with the painter Titian in Venice who produced striking illustrations. Vesalius dissected a series of executed criminals while Calcar drew what Vesalius laid bare.
Andreas Vesalius, Jan Stephan van Calcar
- Vesalius’s vessels | Nature
Vesalius’s vessels. When Andreas Vesalius published his De Humani Corporis Fabrica Libri Septem (On the Fabric of the Human Body) in 1543, its accurate depiction of the human body from close observation of dissected bodies overturned centuries of medical dogma and led the way for the modern study of anatomy.Jul 24, 2003
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