Frederici Ruischii anatom: & botanices professoris . Thesaurus animalium primus [BOUND WITH] Thesaurus Anatomicus Primus [-Quartus]

RUYSCH, Frederik (1638-1731)

Editorial: Joannem Wolters, Amsterdam, 1710
Condición: Very Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
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One 1710 part and 5 parts, separately titled, in one volume, 4to (220 x 175mm). [56], 42pp., [7]. Title printed in red and black with engraved vignette of labors. 7 leaves of plates depicting anatomical and botanical nature morte (2 large and folding), two of the plates signed: J. Mulder. [Bound with:] Thesaurus Anatomicus Primus [-Quartus] consisting of original printings in Part I (Amsterdam: Jansson-Waesberg, 1721) and Part II (Amsterdam: Jansson-Waesberg, 1722), Part III (Amsterdam: Jansson-Waesberg, 1724), Part IV (Amsterdam: Joannem Walters, 1704) and Part V (Amsterdam: Joannem Walters, 1705). 36, 46, 36, [2], 55, 54 pp. Very fine 20 full-page engravings (2 folding), most by Cornelis Huyberts, depicting anatomical preparations that reflect surrealism centuries before the style became fashionable. Text in Latin and Dutch (in double columns for Thesaurus Animalium 1710 and part IV of Anatomicus only). Later marbled boards backed in period morocco; (pages untrimmed, edges slighty curled, minor marginal tears, some minor tears to plates, some light browning; spine chipped and lost in some areas, edges worn). First Edition for 1710. Frederik Ruysch was a Dutch Botanist, anatomist artist and early museologist. He is remembered for his developments in anatomical preservation and the creation of dioramas or scenes incorporating human body parts. These dream-like concoctions are illustrated in the Thesaurus Anatomicus on large folding plates. Ruysch’s Thesaurus Animalium (and the bound-in Thesaurus Anatomicus) describe and illustrate the spectacular collections of "Anatomical Treasures" which Ruysch produced for display in his home museum between 1701 and 1716 using secret methods of anatomical injection and preservation. Ruysch’s unique anatomical preparations attracted many notables to his museum, including Czar Peter the Great of Russia. Because most of the preparations did not survive, Ruysch’s preparations, and his museum, are known primarily from these publications. Garrison-Morton 38. N° de ref. de la librería D2449

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Título: Frederici Ruischii anatom: & botanices ...

Editorial: Joannem Wolters, Amsterdam

Año de publicación: 1710

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Very Good

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)

Edición: 1st Edition

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