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Traité d'anatomie appliquée aux beaux-arts, par Tortebat.

Main Author: Piles, Roger de, 1635-1709.
Related Names: Tortebat, François 1616-1690.
Language(s): French
Published: Paris, A. Bernard [18--]
Edition: Nouvelle éd.,
Subjects: Anatomy, Artistic.
Note: The "Abregé d'anatomie" as originally published in 1667 or 1668 under Tortebat's name consisted of text by Roger Piles, wi;th 12 plates engraved by Tortebat from Calcker's illustrations for Vesalius' Epitome. The present work omits the text and the two nude figures (Adam and Eve) of the original; it consists of the VII mycological plates (preceded by descriptive text, p.[3]-[11] and the three plates of skeletons (original numbers obliterated).
Cover title, and added t.-p. preceding plates (illustrated): Abregé d'anatomie accommodé aux de peinture et de sculpture, à Paris, chez P. Marie et A. Bernard ... Ouvrage tres-utile, et tres-necessaire á tous ceux qui font professiõ du dessein. Mis en lumibre par François Tortebat.
Physical Description: 10 p., 2 L. 10 pl. 31cm.
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