Raymond Biesinger Male Anatomy card
Raymond Biesinger is a Montréal-based illustrator and artist v who has been been part of more than 1000 assignments on five continents since 2002. Other interests: minimalism, maximalism, world and local history, equality, diversity, economics, music, science fiction, historic buildings, pictorial maps, Canadiana, wall art, and preserving a 145-year-old home.
This female anatomy chart depicts the brain (including the parietal, frontal, occipital, and temporal lobes, cerebellum and brain stem), the thyroid, esophagus, lung (including trachea, main stem bronchus, bronchi, some bronchioles), liver (divided into two lobes), gallbladder, and such heart components as the aorta, ventricles, and pulmonary artery. Also, the stomach, duodenum, spleen, pancreas, kidney, intestines, etc. Mandatory wall art for any doctor’s office, med student residence, or human dwelling.