Anatomia del corpo humano... Rome, 1559 (https://pinterest.com/pin/287386019947532848). Juan Valverde de Amusco, anatomist, Gaspar Becerra?, artist. Valverde playfully shows the viscera dissected not just through skin, but through a suit of Roman armor. The free-floating body parts on the right are copied from Vesalius.
Page 75 of Juan Valverde de Amusco's Anatomia del corpo humano, 1560 (https://pinterest.com/pin/287386019947532848) featuring the backside of a flayed cadaver with flaps of muscle in the arms, hands and legs fanned away to reveal muscles underneath them. From the collection of the National Library of Medicine. Ta. IX. Lib. II.
☤ MD ☞ ☆☆☆ Anatomical fugitive sheet (Viscerum...1539) bound at the end of Valverde, Vivae imagines partium corporis humani...1566. Part of the engraving is composed of printed paper flaps that, when lifted, reveal the internal organs of the figure. This is one of a pair of male and female figures... The work was originally published in Rome, 1556.