Daily Archives: January 27, 2007

Medical illustration: future and past

If you read my earlier post on anatomical representations of the female reproductive organs, you are familiar with Jan van Rymsdyk’s landmark engravings of a dissected full-term uterus. Thanks to Street Anatomy, an interesting new medical illustration blog, I see … Continue reading

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Watercolor: Wendy Artin

Cabbage Watercolor on paper, 2000 Wendy Artin I first discovered watercolorist Wendy Artin in Vanity Fair magazine. She was surrounded by four larger-than-life charcoal drawings of Renaissance statuary, wearing solid black and a dramatic pendant necklace, looking very much the … Continue reading

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