Outline of muscles of the human body, outer muscles of the human body, tendons of the human body.
Plates of muscles of the human body from Abraham Rees - Cyclopaedia: Or, an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences
Wikipedia Article: "It was written by about 100 contributors, most of whom were nonconformists. They were specialists in their fields, covering the arts and humanities, agriculture, science, technology, and medicine. Its engraved plates are particularly fine, being the work of artists like John Farey, Jr., and the engraver Wilson Lowry."
The E. J. Pratt Library at Victoria University in Toronto, Canada has two other examples, these of antique sculpture, from the Cyclopedia. The notes point out that engraving for the Cyclopedia was an important source of income for William Blake.
"Abraham Rees (1743–1825), Presbyterian minister and encyclopaedist, was led by his interest in mathematics and the physical sciences to re-edit Chambers’s Cyclopaedia of 1728; so successful was the first version of 1778 that Rees undertook a more comprehensive revision that became known as Rees’s Cyclopaedia. "
Anatomical Chart from Ephraim Chamber's Cyclopaedia, or, An universal dictionary of arts and sciences from the Morbid Anatomy blog.
More images from Chamber;s Cyclopedia are at Cyclopedia Links.
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William Blake and the Body