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Albinus, B. S.—Skeleton and Muscles of the Human Body,

Tabulae Sceleti et Musculorum Corporis Humani. Large folio.
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Anatomy.—A compendious Treatise of Anatomy, adapted to the Arts of
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Key to an Anatomical Figure, displaying the superficial Muscles

of the Human Body, intended for the use of Artists. 8vo. London.

The Cyclopaedia of Anatomy and Physiology. Edited by Robert

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Art Anatomy. See Marshall.

Bell, Sir C.—Essays on the Anatomy of Expression in Painting. Imperial 8vo. Published at \l. Is. London, 1806.

A Series of Engravings, explaining the Course of the Nerves,

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De Motu Animalium. 2 vols. post 4to. Rome, 1680-1.

Camper, Professor.—The Works of the late Professor Camper, on the Connexion between the Science of Anatomy and the Arts of Drawing, Painting, Statuary, &c. Illustrated with 17 plates. A new edition by T. Cogan. 4to. London, 1821.

Carus, C. G.—The Proportions of the Human Figure.

Die Proportionslehre der Menschlichen Gestalt. Zum ersten male morphologisch und physiologisch begriindet von Carl G. Carus. Mit zehn lithographirten tafeln (10 plates). Folio. Leip

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Choulant, Dr. L.—History and Bibliography of Anatomical Representation in relation to Anatomical Science and the Fine Arts.

Geschichte und Bibliographie der Anatomischer Abbildung nach ihrer beziehung auf Anatomische Wissenschaft und Bildende Kunst. 8vo. Leipsic, 1852.

Fau, Dr. J.—The Anatomy of the External Forms of Man, intended for the use of Artists, Painters, and Sculptors. Edited, with additions, by Robert Knox. With Atlas, containing twenty-eight drawings from Nature. Lithographed by M. Leveille. 4to. text 8vo, 11. 4s. London, 1849.

Anatomie des Formes Extérieures du Corps Humain, à l'usage

des Peintres et des Sculpteurs, par le Docteur J. Fau. Avec un Atlas de 24 planches dessinées d'après Nature, et lithographiées par M. Leveille, éleve de M .Jacob. 8vo. Paris, 1845.


Flaxman, J.—Anatomical Studies of the Bones and Muscles, for the use of Artists, from Drawings by the late John Flaxman. Engraved by H. Landseer, &c. \l. Is., folio. London, 1833.

Grant, R. E.—Outlines of Comparative Anatomy, &c. 8vo. Lon

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Hand, The.—Phrenologically considered, being a Glimpse at the Relation of the Mind with the Organization of the Body. 12mo. London, 1848.

Hawkins, T.—The Book of the Great Sea Dragons. (Fossil remains). Folio. London, 1840.

Knapton, J. And P. — A complete System of the Blood-vessels and Nerves, taken from Albinus's edition of Eustachius, also from Ruysch, Vieussens, Du Vernay, Haller, Trew, and J. B., surgeon at Avignon; beautifully engraved on large copper-plates, with Tables of Explanation, containing the Text of Eustachius, Albinus, &c., translated into English. To which are prefixed three whole-length anatomical figures, representing the external parts of the human body in both sexes. Atlas folio, eleven plates. Bound with "Albinus." London, 1758.

Knox, R., M.D., &c.—A Manual of Artistic Anatomy, for the use of Sculptors, Painters, and Amateurs. Post 8vo., published at 7«. 6d. London, 1852.

——— A Manual of Human Anatomy: descriptive, practical, and general. Published at 12*. 6d., 12mo. London, 1853.

Lavater, J, C.—Essays on Physiognomy, for the Promotion of the
Knowledge and the Love of Mankind. Written in the German
language by J. C. Lavater, and translated into English by Thomas
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Le Brun.—Le Brun's Passions. (No title.) Small folio. London, 1800.

Marshall, J.—Art Anatomy; being the Substance of a Course of Lectures on the Human Form, delivered to the Students of the Department of Science and Art, by John Marshall, F.R.C.S. &c. 8vo. London, 1855.

Miller, J.—An Introductory Lecture on Pictorial Anatomy, delivered, to the Students of the School of Design (Edinburgh). 8vo. Edinburgh, 1842.

Nott And Gliddon.—Types of Mankind, or Ethnological Researches, based upon ancient Monuments, Paintings, Sculptures, and Crania of Races, &c. Illustrated by Selections from the Inedited Papers of Samuel George Morton, M.D., &c. By J. C. Nott, M.D., and Geo. R. Gliddon. 11. 5s. Royal 8vo. London and Philadelphia, 1854.

Prichard, J.C., M.D.—The Natural History of Man; comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies on the different tribes of the human family. 3rd edition.

11. 16s., 8vo. London, 1848.

Quain And Sharpey.—Elements of Anatomy. By Jones Quain. Edited by Richard Quain and William Sharpey. Illustrated by numerous Engravings on Wood. 8vo. London, 1843.

Salvage, J. G.—Anatomy of the Fighting Gladiator. 22 plates,

folio. Paris, 1812,

Schadow, G.—Polycletus, or the Proportions of the Human Frame.

Polyclète, ou Théorie des Mesures de l'Homme selon le sexe et l'âge, avec indication des grandeurs réelles d'après le pied du Rhm; suivie d'une Dissertation sur la diversité des Formes de la Face et de la Conformation de la Tête des peuples de la terre, continuation de ce que Pierre Camper a écrit sur cette matière. 1 vol. 4to. text; atlas folio, plates. Berlin, 1834.

Distinctions of National Physiognomies.

Physionomies Nationales, ou Observations sur la différence des traits du visage et sur la conformation de la tête de l'homme, enrichies de 29planches synoptiques, pour servir de continuation à l'ouvrage intitulé Polyclète, ou Théorie des Proportions du Corps humain. 1 vol. 4to. text; atlas folio, plates. Berlin, 1835.

Schimmelpenninck, M. A.—Theory on the Classification of Beauty and Deformity, and their correspondence with Physiognomic Expression, exemplified in various works of art and natural objects, and illustrated with four general charts and 38 copperplates. 4to. London, 1815. Sharpe, J. B.—Elements of Anatomy, designed for the use of Students

in the Fine Arts. 8vo. London, 1818.

Siebold And Stannius.—Comparative Anatomy. Translated from the German, and edited with notes, and additions recording the recent progress of the science, by Waldo I. Burnett, M.D. Vol. 1. 8vo. London, 1854. Simpson, W.—The Anatomy of the Bones and Muscles, exhibiting the Parts as they appear on Dissection, and more particularly in the Living Figure, as applicable to the Fine Arts, designed for the use of Artists and Members of the Artists' Anatomical Society. In two parts, 4to. London, 1825. Stubbs, G.—The Anatomy of the Horse, including a particular Description of the Bones, Cartilages, Muscles, Fascias, Ligaments, Nerves, Arteries, Veins, and Glands. In 18 Tables, all done from Nature. Oblong folio. London, 1766. —— Anatomy of the Human Body. Comparative Anatomical Exposition of the Tiger and the Fowl. Text 4to.; plates folio. London, 1817.

Theophrastus.—The Characters of Theophrastus, illustrated by Phy siognomical Sketches ; to which are subjoined Hints on the individual Varieties of Human Nature, and general remarks. Post 8vo.

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Todd, R. B.—The Cyclopaedia of Anatomy and Physiology. Edited by Robert B. Todd, M.D. 4 vols. and 3 parts, royal 8vo. London,

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Townsend, H. J.—Anatomical Drawings of Fowls, Sheep, &c. (18).

Warren, H.—Artistic Anatomy of the Human Figure, with 23 illustrations, drawn on wood by the Author, and engraved by Walter G. Mason. Is. 3rd edition, 12mo. London, 1852.

Wells, W. F.—A new and compendious Treatise of Anatomy, and Proportions of the Human Figure, adapted to the Arts of Designing, Painting, and Sculpture; illustrated with copper-plates, designed principally for the information of such ladies as practise the above arts; absolutely necessary to all Students who wish to acquire correctness in the outline of the Human Figure. Post 4to.

London, 1796.

White, C.—An Account of the regular Gradation in Man, and in different Animals and Vegetables; and from the former to the latter. 4to. London, 1799.

Zeising, Dr. A.—A new Doctrine of the Proportions of the Human Frame, with an historical Review of previous Systems. Neue Lehre von den Proportionen des Menschlichen Kôrpers, aus einem bisher unerkannt gebliebenen, die ganze Natur und Kunst durchdringenden morphologischen Grundgesetze entwickelt, und mit einer vollstàndigen historischen Uebersicht der bisherigen Systeme begleitet, von Prof. Dr. A. Zeising (177 woodcuts). 8vo. Leipzig, 1854.

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