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AUVERT, Alexandre Ivanovich

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Selecta praxis medico-chirurgicae quam Mosquae exercet Alexander Auvert, ...Typis et figuris expressa Parisiis, moderante Ambroise Tardieu.

Paris: J.-B. Baillière & Moscow: Urbain, 18481851.

Auvert was professor in Moscow. This folio atlas includes 120 folio plates of pathology subjects, drawn by Schtschegoleff in Moscow. The text is in Latin throughout. The drawings were engraved in Paris by Oudet, printed in color and retouched by hand, with explanatory text in Latin for each plate. The work was edited for production and publication in Paris by August AmbroiseTardieu, the leading forensic medicine specialist, who was also an artist like his father, the cartographer and engraver Ambroise Tardieu 1788-1841). The work was published in 24 parts beginning in 1848, according to the dates on the title pages of the fascicules. The complete work was issued in 1851. Digital facsimile from the Internet Archive at this link.