Morris Museum exhibiting work of Frank Netter

The Morris Museum in NJ will be exhibiting work of Frank Netter, who some call ‘the Michaelangelo of Medicine’. Netter left his New York surgical practice in the 1930s to become an illustrator of organs, bones and tissues of the human anatomy. The exhibition at the museum in Morris Township celebrates both his work as a medical illustrator and as a painter and features 47 Netter’s works.

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