TULP


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TULPTurkology Update Leiden Project (The Netherlands)
TULPThe United Lutheran Parish (Tilleda, WI)
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His compatriot, Nicholas Tulp, famous for Rembrandt's 'The anatomy lesson of Dr Tulp', introduced the term spina bifida 31 years later, along with the first clear illustration of the condition.
Piersma, T., Lindstrom, A., Drent, R.H., Tulp, I., Jukema, J., Morrison, R.I.G., Reneerkens, J., Schekkerman, H., and Visser, G.H.
The essay draws the first comparisons to the two works of art with which the photograph is now regularly associated: Mantegna's Dead Christ and Rembrandt's The Anatomy Lesson of Professor Tulp. These two works of art bring forth the possibility of interpreting Alborta's photograph as an iconic image immersed in a discourse dominated by opposing life and death feelings enveloping Che.
Boon also designs an eponymous furniture collection and collaborates with high-end manufacturers such as Maretti, Tulp, and NLXL.
Bartholini, Leyden, 1651; los aforismos de Hipocrates publicados en 1555 en Leyden; Tambien tiene una obra de Tulp, Observationum medicarum, Amsterdam, 1672, el anatomista hecho inmortal, aparte de por sus propios meritos por el cuadro de Rembrandt que representa una de sus clases de anatomia, (La leccion de anatomia del profesor Tulp, en el Mauritshuis de La Haya).
Fenner K, Canonica S, Escher BI, Gasser L, Spycher S, Tulp HC.
Luke in Delft, married well, and was soon noticed by Dutch surgeon and mayor of Amsterdam Nicolaes Tulp, who had also earlier commissioned young Rembrandt van Rijn to paint the famed Anatomy Lesson of Dr.