Pl. 4 Facial Regions (1870)
Joseph Maclise was born in 1815, the second son of Scottish Highlander Alexander Maclise. He was formally educated at the University College, London, and took up residence in the city. His studies of anatomy are beautifully rendered here in black and white with color details.
The Surgical Form of the Superficial Cervical, and Facial Regions, and the Relative Position of the Principal Bloodvessels, Nerves, etc.
The cervical surgical triangles considered in reference to the position of the subclavian and carotid vessels, &c. Venesection in respect to the external jugular vein. Anatomical reasons for avoiding transverse incisions in the neck. The parts endangered in surgical operations on the parotid and submaxillary glands, &c.
- Measures 10.5" wide by 14.5" tall
- Original hand-colored lithograph
- Good condition, minimal foxing around edges