Right arm of a child with anatomized muscles of forearm, holding injected vessels of pia mater.

Right arm of a child with anatomized muscles of forearm, holding injected vessels of pia mater
Collection MAE RAS: № 4070-120
Image ID: 3737747
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Title:
Right arm of a child with anatomized muscles of forearm, holding injected vessels of pia mater
Museum inventory number:
№ 4070-120
Dating:
late 17th-early 18th c.
Location:
Holland Kingdom, Amsterdam city
Author:
Ruysch Frederik
Collector:
Ruysch Frederik, anatomist, obstetrician-gynaecologist, injector, popularizer of anatomy, Peter I the Great, Russian Tzar (since 27 April 1682), Russian Emperor (since 22 October 1721), politician, commander and diplomat
Provenance:
Collection of Frederik Ruysch, Amsterdam - Emperor's Kunst and Natural Kammer, St.Petersburg - Peter the Great's Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) Russian Academy of Sciences
Classification:
Anatomic specimens of Frederick Ruysch, wet specimens, body parts with anatomizated muscles and vessels
Technique:
anatomization, injection
Description:
Right arm of a few-month-old child. Skin of pink colour reserved only on tha back of hand and fingers. Some muscles of forearm are anatomized. Fragment of injected vessels of pia mater are placed in hand.
Condition:
Without visual damage.