• Publications
  • Influence
Style and non‐style in anatomical illustration: From Renaissance Humanism to Henry Gray
  • M. Kemp
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Journal of anatomy
  • 1 February 2010
Style is a familiar category for the analysis of art. Expand
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The fabric of the body: European traditions of anatomical illustration
  • M. Kemp
  • Medical History
  • 1 January 1993
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A drawing for the Fabrica; and some thoughts upon the Vesalius muscle-men.
  • M. Kemp
  • Medicine
  • Medical history
  • 1 July 1970
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The physician's art: Representations of art and medicine
From early times, artists have been involved in the life and work of the physician in a variety of ways. Members of the medical professions have, in their turn, been central in shaping the visualExpand
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The Taking and Use of Evidence; with a Botticellian Case Study
John Jones avoided becoming pregnant during the past year, for he has taken his wife's birth control pills regularly, and, every man who takes birth control pills avoids pregnancy.I have a horribleExpand
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This chapter provides an overview of physical, psychological, and social aspects of every blind person. These aspects vary according to the age group at which the person becomes blind. Blindness isExpand
Leonardo's philosophical anatomies
  • M. Kemp
  • Philosophy, Medicine
  • The Lancet
  • 4 April 2019
1404 www.thelancet.com Vol 393 April 6, 2019 Was Leonardo da Vinci an anatomist? This may seem like an unnecessary question, given more than 200 pages of anatomical studies in the UK’s RoyalExpand
Journey into space
  • M. Kemp
  • Art, Medicine
  • Nature
  • 1 August 1999
The techniques of perspective have achieved invisibility through omnipresence. Filippo Brunelleschi's Florentine peep-show captured the world in two dimensions and made reality virtual.