Max Brodel: The Man Who Put Art Into Medicine by Ranice W. CrosbyMax Brodel: The Man Who Put Art Into Medicine by Ranice W. Crosby

Max Brodel: The Man Who Put Art Into Medicine

byRanice W. Crosby, John Cody

Paperback | September 27, 2011

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This lively book, with its spectacular illustrations, tells the interesting story of the life of Max Broedel, the pioneering medical illustrator and founder of the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine at The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
Title:Max Brodel: The Man Who Put Art Into MedicineFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 23.5 × 19.1 × 0.01 inPublished:September 27, 2011Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:146127818X

ISBN - 13:9781461278184

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Table of Contents

1 Early Years.- 2 Year One: Settling in With Work and La Grande Passion.- 3 Year Two: Painting Techniques, Death, New Loves, and Tornados.- 4 Of Visits, Infections, and Love.- 5 Courtship and Marriage.- 6 Years of Productivity and Starting a Family.- 7 Losses and Gains.- 8 Pre-War Years.- 9 Questions of Loyalty: Early War Years.- 10 Later War Years.- 11 A Life Pattern Established.- 12 A Daughter's View.- 13 Last Years, Honors, Death.- Appendix 1 Medical Illustrations.- Appendix 2 Description of Techniques.- Appendix 3 Max Brödel's Nonclinical Art.- Appendix 4 Research and Scientific Publications and other Professional Writings.- Appendix 5 Textbooks Illustrated by Max Brödel.