L’anatomia tra arte e medicina. Lo studio del corpo nel tardo Rinascimento . Testi di Andrea Carlino, Roberto P. Ciardi, Anna Lupi, Annamaria Petrioli Tofani. Milano: Silvana Editoriale, 2010. 200 pp., ill., ISBN 97888-3661902-3. The book under review here is the second part of a series which began with the publication in 2009 by the same Milanese publishing house, Silvana Editoriale, of the volume La bella anatomia. Il disegno del corpo fra arte e scienza nel Rinascimento . The 2009 volume was the work of Andrea Carlino, Roberto P. Ciardi and Annamaria Petrioli Tofani, also the authors of this second volume but with the addition of Anna Luppi. Apart from their handsome design, the two volumes share a common structure: fifty-pages of monographic studies by each of the authors precede a generous iconographic atlas in colour prints (140 in the first volume, 156 in the present one), accompanied by useful footnotes by the authors. La bella anatomia covered Tuscan art dedicated to the human body in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, which of course is precisely when and where the representation of the human body took a predominantly leading role. This re-discovery of the beauty of the human
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