History of Medicine
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Florence, 1833. Overprinted and hand colored copperplate engraving. National Library of Medicine
In the omission of background, and intense, even excessive, use of color, Mascagni’s plates exemplify the new free-floating style of anatomical representation. The rendering of dissected "flaps," however, harkens back to an older style.
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