Nature forging a baby. Brujas, Bélgica, fines del siglo XV
This is Sir Richard Owen, 1804-1892), an English biologist, comparative anatomist and paleontologist. Owen is best remembered for coining the name Dinosauria (meaning terrible lizard) and establishing the British Natural History Museum, London.
The skeletal remains (cut-outs so you can see his feet!) of Saint Martinianus, Duomo, Milan, Italy, Dec ‘13
Golden and anatomical votive offering (19th-20th century), Naples, Castel Nuovo Museum