Bring some seasonal fun to your walls -- or a year round memento mori -- to your array with this thoughtful skeleton. Originally inked by Andreas Vesalius, a Renaissance anatomist, physician, author, and artist, Vesalius aided modern science in its infancy and helped shape how we, today, think of our bodies with his hugely influential work De Humani Corporis Fabrica -- On the Fabric of the Human Body -- a title which is especially befitting this cotton-printed edition of his work.
Vesalius' vivid artwork has been carefully scanned and lovingly retouched to ensure the highest quality reproduction possible. Next, it is digitally printed on sustainably produced 100% cotton fiber archival paper. Printed in an Austin, Texas studio.
Features a removable magnetic hanger. Frame set includes 4 sticks, 2 clamping the top of paper and two clamping the bottom. Neodymium magnets are embedded, keeping the art damage-free. Frame set comes with suede hanger attached.
Cotton archival paper. 8" x 10".