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H1744 Anatomical model, human head (right side), wood / papier-mache / plaster / paint, made by F Ramme, Germany, 1850-1894. Click to enlarge.

Anatomical model, human head (right side), wood / papier-mache / plaster / paint, made by F Ramme, Germany, 1850-1894

Made by Ramme, F in Hamburg, Germany, 1850-1894.

Anatomical model, human head (right side), wood / papier-mache/ plaster / paint, made by F Ramme, Germany, 1850-1894

Right side of hollow human head and shoulder relief shown in profile. The head is made of painted plaster and papier-mâché mounted on a cream painted rectangular board of wood. The head shows the muscle and vascular system with blue and red arteries, skin covered ear and nose and closed eye. The back side of the wooden board is painted black with two unpainted rectangular lines f...

Summary

Object No.

H1744

Object Statement

Anatomical model, human head (right side), wood / papier-mache / plaster / paint, made by F Ramme, Germany, 1850-1894

Physical Description

Anatomical model, human head (right side), wood / papier-mache/ plaster / paint, made by F Ramme, Germany, 1850-1894

Right side of hollow human head and shoulder relief shown in profile. The head is made of painted plaster and papier-mâché mounted on a cream painted rectangular board of wood. The head shows the muscle and vascular system with blue and red arteries, skin covered ear and nose and closed eye. The back side of the wooden board is painted black with two unpainted rectangular lines featuring five holes with nails in each.

Marks

Numbers are printed in black ink onto small square pieces of paper on the head, neck and shoulder. They sporadically range in number from one to fifty-six. There is also a black printed circular stamp on the top of the head. It is written in German, '[illeg] geschutze / F. / Ramme / Hamburg'.

Dimensions

Height

360 mm

Width

255 mm

Depth

190 mm

Production

Made

Ramme, F Hamburg, Germany 1850-1894

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Sydney Technical College, 1894

Acquisition Date

19 December 1894

Cite this Object

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Anatomical model, human head (right side), wood / papier-mache / plaster / paint, made by F Ramme, Germany, 1850-1894 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 15 October 2019, <https://ma.as/233962>

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