Title Page Depicting an Anatomical Demonstration with Vesalius at the Left of the Table at Center, Dissecting a Woman's Abdomen before a Crowd of Onlookers, from Icones Anatomicae (Brewer Press, Munich 1933)
After John of Calcar (John Stephen Calcar) (Netherlandish, Calcar, Cleves 1499–1546/50 Naples (active Italy))
Andreas Vesalius (Flemish, Brussels 1514–1564 Zakynthos, Greece)
Gift of Mrs. Carll Tucker in memory of Carll Tucker, 1962
Not on view
Inscription: At upper left: Monogram of Johann Oporinus At top center in cartouche: ANDRAE BESALII / BRVXELLENSIS, SCHOLAE / medicorum Patauinae professoris, de / Humani corporis fabrica / Libri septem At bottom center: CVM CAESAREAE / Maeist. Galliarum Regis, ac Senatus Veneti gra- / tia et priuilegio, ut in diplotis eorundem continetur. / BASILEAE.
Marking: On recto at lower right in ink: Printed from teh original woodblock / of the frontispiece of the Treatise on / the studies of the human body / of MDXLIII. Printed in April 1933. / [?]