Antique French "L'Homme Écorché", Cast Plaster Model, Flayed Man, France circa 1880
A large antique French "L'Homme Écorché", a cast plaster model of the Flayed Man decorated by hand from France circa 1880. An écorché is a figure depicted with the top layer of skin removed in order to reveal the musculature and skeletal underpinnings of the body. Most often used by students in medical training the earliest known examples of figures shown in this manner are by Leonardo da Vinci. Please be sure to use the enlarge and zoom functions offered on our website for each photograph to see the details of this unique piece of antique sculpture.
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16.00" w x 5.50" d x 39.50" h
40.64cm w x 13.97cm d x 100.33cm h
"L'Homme Écorché", Cast Plaster Model, Flayed Man, France circa 1880. An écorché is a figure depicted with the top layer of skin removed in order to reveal the musculature and skeletal underpinnings of the body. Most often used by students in medical training the earliest known examples of figures illustrated in this manner are by Leonardo da Vinci.