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Bisson frères, Tête humaine désarticulee. Préparée par Phillippe Pottau, Prép.r du Muséum. (du Cabinet de Mr. A. Devéria. mars 1853) [Dissected human skull], 1853, Salted paper print, from wet collodion on glass negative, Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht, R-FOL-280[5], LL/48898
Parts of the body
269.01   Portraiture of parts of the body
269.02   Portraits using just a part of the body
269.03   Bust portraits
269.04   John Coplans: Self portraits
269.05   David Goldblatt: Particulars
269.06   Mark Cohen: The partial human
269.07   Count Theodore Zichy: The fetishism of legs and feet
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