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Title: Biology is a science that renders itself perfectly fine to ART through graphics, drawings, images, sculpture, even music inspired by genetic information. Here we provide links to art and information about the relationship between art and biology and how


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Drawings by Leonardo da Vinci
Biology and Art
Biology is a science that renders itself
perfectly fine to ART through graphics, drawings,
images, sculpture, even music inspired by genetic
information. Here we provide links to art and
information about the relationship between art
and biology and how art influences biological
knowledge and how biology is influencing art.
The skull bisected and sectioned (1489).
Orthogonal views of the skeleton (c 1510-11).
(Collection of Her Majesty the Queen).
Facts about Leonardo da Vinci biology, as
discussed in biology Resurgence of
biology ...who were intent upon a true rendering
of the bodies of animals and men and thus were
motivated to gain their knowledge firsthand by
dissection. No individual better exemplifies the
Renaissance than Leonardo da Vinci, whose
anatomical studies of the human form during the
late 1400s and early 1500s were so far in advance
of the age that they included details not
recognized until a century later....
http//www.answers.com/topic/leonardo-da-vinci
Harvey Cushing, Medical Illustrator, 1900 This
original drawing, signed and dated 1900, had as
caption Showing relations of the middle
meningeal artery to the operative foramen before
and after elevation of the dura and exposure of
the ganglion.
Volume 8 Issue i
Leonardo da Vinci The Engineer
Written by Leallyn Murtagh
http//www.med.yale.edu/library/historical/cushing
/hopkins.html
Human Anatomy Da Vinci explored the human form
with the same probing mind that he investigated
all his interests, he also documented his
findings in his notebooks. One of his most famous
sketches, the Vitruvian Man, is often interpreted
solely as an artistic work. However, it
exemplifies his scientific perspective and
interest in the human form ("Welcome . . ."). As
he learned about the human body, his sense of
wonder at its perfection grew. In addition to
considering the human form the "the greatest
instrument in nature," Da Vinci also viewed the
human body as a machine that can be analyzed and
understood (Kemp 133). Such an approach is
similar to those who study biomedical
engineering, a field that focuses on
understanding, repairing or replacing
physiological systems in order to improve
medicine ("Welcome . . .").
http//www.gunthergraphics.biz/html/resume.htm
Dental Illustrations
http//www.identspecialists.com/gallery.html
http//www.mysanantonio.com/community/The_da_Vinci
_code_of_human_anatomy.html
http//illumin.usc.edu/article.php?articleID149p
age4
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Left Brain, Right Brain Art Biology by Don
Stewart.

ArtArtists with a comprehensive knowledge of
biology illustrate biology textbooks, scientific
magazines, and newspapers. Also, individuals who
enjoy sculpting, building, and working with their
hands may enjoy a career in dentistry, massage
therapy, or prosthetic fabrication.
The Insect Illustrations of Cornelia
Hesse-Honegger SwipeLife Magazine.
Zoology Illustration
Biology Illustration
Cornelia Hesse-Honegger My personal weakness for
scientific illustration must have its origin in
the hours, days, and weeks, spent lying on the
floor of my 10X12 bedroom, reading and
rereading the Golden Book Encyclopedia and the
moldy old biology books I had gathered.
Admittedly, they both lacked plot, but I was able
to supply the story.
Kent State University at Stark senior biology
major Jacqueline Dillard combines her love of
science and passion for art to create scientific
illustrations that have gained national
attention. One of her more recent drawings was
featured on the cover of the September issue
of The Journal of Paleontology. Im very
happy that the journal selected my drawing to be
the cover artwork for September, and I know the
researcher I did the drawing for is excited to
see his whale fossils featured, as well,
Dillard says. The drawing she submitted to
the Journal of Paleontology, to accompany an
article co-authored by Dr. Hans Thewissen of the
Northeastern Ohio Universities College of
Medicine, was her first illustration selected as
journal cover art. Dillards paleontology
illustrations have been featured in other
journals and on Web sites for about three years.
If I can manage to get a teaching assistant
position in a graduate program, I would like to
find the time to write and illustrate laboratory
manuals for various entomology and invertebrate
zoology labs for undergraduate students, Dillard
says. I don't think that there are enough people
illustrating these kinds of books right now that
actually know enough about science to provide
students with useful schematics. By Mary Jo
Spletzer http//einside.kent.edu/?typeartid923
09
Microbiology Illustration
http//www.mkillustrations.com/preview/draft3/port
folio.php?cid5
http//tapwaterjackson.tumblr.com/post/288071693/c
ornelia-hesse-honegger-illustrations
Male System Composite on Black This Male Anatomy
Composite image is a very accurate and
aesthetically pleasing rendition of the internal
and external anatomy. We have incorporated the
main elements of ten systems within the human
body, with the use of 3D models.
Physiology Illustration
http//rsolomon.com/botany_illustration_two.html
Systems used to create this image include
- Circulatory- Digestive- Endocrine- Integument
ary- Muscular- Nervous- Respiratory- Skeletal
- Urinary- ReproductiveIncluded with this
image is an alpha channel allowing adaptation of
the background or extraction of the male.
The Golden Book of Biology with Illustrations by
Charles Harper.
http//www.3dscience.com/3D_Images/Human_Anatomy/S
ystem_Composites/Male_System_Composite_on_Black.ph
p
Botany illustration
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