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Anatomical illustration from Anatomie methodique, ou Organographie humaine (Systematized anatomy, or human organography), published in 1829, by Jean-Baptiste SarlandiEre. Anatomie mEthodique consists of 17 leaves of text and 15 leaves of color lithographed plates depicting human anatomy based upon SarlandiEre's dissections. His intended audience ranged from physicians and surgeons and their students to students of painting and sculpture. The noted artist Louis Courtin (fl. 1809-1841) created the drawings and some of the lithography, though most of the plates attribute the lithographic work to Delaporte. In some copies, the illustrations are in black and white only. In 1831, the work was published in Latin, under the title, Anatomia methodica, and in 1835 and 1837 it was published in New York in English under the title Systematized anatomy.
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