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1559. Copperplate engraving. National Library of Medicine.
Valverde de Amusco
(ca. 1525 - ca. 1588)
A flayed cadaver holds his skin in one hand and a dissecting knife
in the other. The skin’s distorted face has the appearance
of a ghost or a cloud, suggesting that spirit has been separated
from, or peeled off of, the fleshy inner man.
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