1734 · Leidae Batavorum:
The plates (as issued) are not signed, but Wandelaar is named in the prefatory section just prior to the plates. "Albinus, a native of Frankfurt, was no doubt the finest descriptive anatomist of his day, and his works were especially endowed by the artistic copper engravings by the renowned Jan Wandelaar . . . pupil of . . . .. and Boerhaave . . . . In this present work on the muscles of the human body, the happy conjunction of Albinus and Wandelaar is seen in the lengthy detailed text of the anatomist and the. . . engravings of the artist." –Heirs of Hippocrates 829.
Provenance: George Sumner Huntington (1861-1927) was a medical doctor and scholar of comparative anatomy. He graduated from Columbia College in 1884 and was professor of anatomy at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons for over 35 years. REFERENCES: Boyes, On the Shoulders of Giants, pp. 10-11; Choulant-Frank, History and Bibliography of Anatomic Illustration, (1920), p. 280; Cushing A106; Ole Peter Grell, 'Dr. Andrew Cunningham, Medicine and Religion in Enlightenment Europe, (2007), page 136; Heirs of Hippocrates 829; Norman 28; Pettigrew, Thomas Joseph, 1840, Medical portrait gallery: biographical memoirs of the most celebrated physicians, surgeons, etc., p. 1; Roberts & Tomlinson, Fabric of the Body, p. 328; Welcome vol. II, p. 26. See: Garrison and Morton 399. Not in Osler. (Inventory #: MM12978)