Jan van Rymsdyk’s most famous plate from William Hunter’s Anatomy of the Human Gravid Uterus. John Hunter worked together with Van Rymsdyk in the dissecting room. John preparing the display from the corpse of women who had died in various stages of pregnancy, and Jan making life-size drawings in red chalk.
Drawing, possibly by John Hunter himself, to show the position of the blow-hole in the whale (18th century)
John Hunter’s Giraffe (c. 1780)
Title page of A Treatise on the Blood, Inflammation and Gun-shot Wounds, by the Late John Hunter (1794)