Frederik Ruysch

Collection by Six Zero

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Specimen Jar Illustration circa 1710 of Frederik Ruysch from Thesaurus animalium Art And Illustration, Illustration Botanique, Arte Popular, Vanitas, Science And Nature, Macabre, Natural History, Printmaking, Art Drawings

Adventures of the Blackgang

ushishir: “ Molluscs in a jar from Thesaurus animalium primus by Frederik Ruysch, 1728 ”

Rachel Ruysch was a Dutch artist who specialized in still-life paintings of flowers, one of only three known women artists in Dutch Golden Age painting, of whom Maria van Oosterwijk was also a flower painter, and Judith Leyster mainly not. Toledo Museum Of Art, Dutch Still Life, Still Life Flowers, Dutch Golden Age, Dutch Painters, Old Paintings, Floral Paintings, Dutch Artists, Vanitas

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Frederik Ruysch Ruysch’s "repository of curiosities" included displays of infant and fetal skeletons, placed in landscapes of human and animal body parts. This ghastly musicale is notable for its morbid whimsy. Animal Body Parts, Human Body Parts, Crane, Illustrations Médicales, Amsterdam, The Artist, Opus, Vanitas, Memento Mori

Decay In GlassThe Embalming Jars of Frederik Ruysch -

I have said it before – there was a greater appreciation for the art of the human body in the science of the past. Frederik Ruysch is the perfect example of an artist/scientist – as an anatomist, he carefully preserved pieces of flesh from many different species, including humans, but

Anatomy Skeleton Print I- I referenced this in a painting :) Anatomy Drawing, Anatomy Art, Human Anatomy, Anatomy Bones, Anatomy Images, Anatomy Study, Human Skeleton, Skeleton Body, Human Body


sepiapath: “Frederik Ruysch ”