De humani corporis fabrica in English – On the fabric of the human body in seven books is a collection of books on human anatomy. Written by a gentleman named Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564) it represented a major advancement in the understanding of anatomy. This is page 670 of De humani and is about the human eye.
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How to order your print:
Step 1 – Choose the size – we make from 5×7 – 30×40 inches.
Step 2 – Select your material. We can print your order onto either White felt textured paper, Parchment Colored Paper, Metal or Stretched Canvas.
Once you select your combination the price will display.
1) White paper print:
Is a cold pressed bright white paper, very high-quality, archival grade with a textured surface. 340gsm
2) Parchment paper print:
Is the same as above, but with a rich parchment background for that vintage feel. 340gsm
3) Stretched canvas:
Is a thick archival grade, poly-cotton blend canvas that provides greater durability. Stretched over 1.5 inch kiln dried pine stretcher bars to ensure that the canvas print does not warp or bow over time.
4) Metal print:
If you are looking for a super high definition piece of art with brilliant color vibrancy, Metal Prints are the way to go! Metal prints, also known as Aluminum Prints, offer a vibrancy of color not seen in other types of prints. Because of the way that the image is infused into the aluminum’s coating, the colors on a metal print are incredibly vivid. Upon viewing an aluminum print for the first time, people often think the brilliance of color is due to artificial lighting, rather than the medium itself. Comes with a inset frame mount that positions your picture a dramatic ¾ inch from the wall.
Customization’s are no problem!
Want something slightly different, a bigger size or something totally custom? Just get in touch and we can make something just for you.
Ask about our framing options! – Only done via special request.