Monthly Archives: September 2013

Deborah Lee Yaworsky

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Wax anatomical figure of a reclining female, c 1771-1780.

This model, probably from Florence, Italy, was used in the study of anatomy, and shows the body’s vital organs. The figure is made of bees-wax and hair, with a detachable front to reveal removable internal organs. The Science Museum

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September

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Vessel fragment in the form of a nude female

Period: Neo-Elamite Date: ca. 8th–7th century B.C. Geography: Southwestern Iran Culture: Elamite Medium: Ceramic, paint The Metropolitan Museum

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Falling Leaves, Allegory of Autumn

Hugues Merle (French, Saint-Marcellin 1823–1881 Paris) Date: 1872 Medium: Oil on canvas The Metropolitan Museum

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Torn from the pages of today’s calendar!

Bantam Edition Published June, 1954

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The Bone Truth 15

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Nude Back, Study

Frank Duveneck Circa 1879 Cincinnati Art Museum

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Martha Mary

What dawn-pulse at the heart of heaven, or last Incarnate flower of culminating day, — What marshalled marvels on the skirts of May, Or song full-quired, sweet June’s ecomiast; What glory of change by nature’s hand amass’d Can vie with … Continue reading

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