Heads (Anatomy)

Dissected view of the human organization to facilitate the study of anatomy & physiology. Designed for the use of students & teachers, & for private study by Frederick Hollick, M.D.

[John Rubens Smith Academy study prints for instruction in drawing the human anatomy and portraits]

A political, anatomical, satirical, lecture on heads and no heads; as exhibited at St. J--ms's 1766

[Man sitting inside head]

[Classical head-length portraits, no. 2]

[Three heads]

[Man scratching his head]

Four heads

[Classical head-length portraits, no. 1]

[Plaster models of "ethnographic heads" used as design elements on the exterior of the Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Display of small metal folk art heads at the Textiles and Objects showroom which was designed by Alexander Girard for Herman Miller, New York City]

[Head from India, probably at the exhibit "Textiles and Ornamental Arts of India", designed by Alexander Girard, which was held at the Museum of Modern Art, New York City in 1955]

[Portraits of the executioner of Kanagawa with sword and prisoner, the head of Hayashida Tciken, and Chinese women, including one from "Foochau"]


They Might Be Giants, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York, Sunday, Jan. 25

MICA artists are creative ... smart

The thick-skin variety

[Man's head, showing anatomy of brain; and surrounding text]

[Angles for drawing skulls and heads of monkeys, orangutans, Central Asians, and Angolan Africans]