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A Slice of Death. The Art of Dissection in the Low Countries
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A Slice of Death. The Art of Dissection in the Low Countries

(Filip Matthijs) The Low Countries - 2000, № 8, pp. 57-70

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The author recounts the history of anatomical studies in the Low Countries. This article discusses both the radical scientific approach of Andreas Vesalius and the seventeenth-century anatomical pieces of Rembrandt and others.

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