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A compendious treatise of anatomy, adapted to the arts of designing, painting, and sculpture, on ten folio copper-plates; and in which the external muscles and bones of the human body are represented as they appear in the best chosen attitudes, when cleared of the skin, the membrana adiposa, and the veins and arteries that lie on their surface. Designed and composed by the aid of the best anatomical tables extant; with a concise and clear explanation, showing the names of the different parts, with their origin, insertion, and use. Tto which have been added, the names as adopted in modern surgery. A work not only useful, but absolutely necessary, to painters, statuaries, professors, and learners, of drawing and design. By J. Tinney.