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"Unveiling the Power Within: Exploring the Marvels of Muscles" Anatomy of a greyhound: Witness the awe-inspiring agility and strength hidden beneath their sleek exterior

Background imageMuscles Collection: Anatomy of a greyhound

Anatomy of a greyhound
Anatomical drawing of the muscles of a greyhound, precisely labelled

Background imageMuscles Collection: Nude man

Nude man twisting at the waist

Background imageMuscles Collection: Mans body

Mans body. Nude man with outstretched arms, seen from behind

Background imageMuscles Collection: Diagram of facial muscles, front view

Diagram of facial muscles, front view

Background imageMuscles Collection: Nude man

Nude man
MODEL RELEASED. Nude man seen from the side

Background imageMuscles Collection: Muscular system on head

Muscular system on head
Muscular system on a head. Computer artwork showing the musculature of the side of a human males head. The muscles shown are skeletal muscles. These muscles are consciously controlled by the brain

Background imageMuscles Collection: Human muscles anatomy engraving 1857

Human muscles anatomy engraving 1857
Rank, johannes - The human being. 1 - 1894

Background imageMuscles Collection: Athletic young man in shorts with ball lying on a stone floor

Athletic young man in shorts with ball lying on a stone floor

Background imageMuscles Collection: Cardiovascular system, historical artwork

Cardiovascular system, historical artwork. 19th Century hand coloured lithographic print showing the blood vessels (red and blue) of the human neck and torso

Background imageMuscles Collection: Eadweard Muybridge: The Flight of Birds (b / w photo)

Eadweard Muybridge: The Flight of Birds (b / w photo)
6015740 Eadweard Muybridge: The Flight of Birds (b/w photo) by Muybridge, Eadweard (1830-1904); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Flight of Birds)

Background imageMuscles Collection: Mechanics of respiration, diagram

Mechanics of respiration, diagram
Mechanics of respiration. Cutaway diagrams showing the mechanics of breathing in (left) and breathing out (right). Arrows show: the movement of air in and out of the nose

Background imageMuscles Collection: Neck vascular anatomy, historical artwork

Neck vascular anatomy, historical artwork. 19th Century hand coloured lithographic print showing the arteries (red) and muscle structure (brown) of the human neck

Background imageMuscles Collection: Neck anatomy, 19th Century artwork

Neck anatomy, 19th Century artwork. Historical hand coloured lithographic print showing the blood vessels (red and blue), lymph vessels (white threads), lymph nodes (white)

Background imageMuscles Collection: Damaged knee ligament, artwork

Damaged knee ligament, artwork
Damaged knee ligament. Computer artwork of the muscle structure of the leg and anatomy of the human knee joint, showing a tear (dark line, centre right) in one of the cruciate ligaments (beige)

Background imageMuscles Collection: Eye anatomy, artwork

Eye anatomy, artwork
Eye anatomy, computer artwork. At the front of the eye is the cornea, a transparent coating. Behind this is the lens, which is partly covered by the iris

Background imageMuscles Collection: Eadweard Muybridge: Transverse-Gallop (b / w photo)

Eadweard Muybridge: Transverse-Gallop (b / w photo)
6015711 Eadweard Muybridge: Transverse-Gallop (b/w photo) by Muybridge, Eadweard (1830-1904); Private Collection; (add.info.: Transverse-Gallop)

Background imageMuscles Collection: Body Culture / Building

Body Culture / Building
Charles Atlass body-building programme: " No other physical instructor in the world has ever dared to make such an offer!" Date: 1932

Background imageMuscles Collection: Male muscles, artwork

Male muscles, artwork

Background imageMuscles Collection: Iliotibial running injury, artwork

Iliotibial running injury, artwork
Artwork (side view) of the muscles of the thigh showing iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) or iliotibial band friction syndrome (ITBFS), a common injury to the thigh associated with running

Background imageMuscles Collection: Athlete physiology, artwork

Athlete physiology, artwork
Athlete physiology. Computer artwork of a male athlete, with enlargements to show the important physiological enhancements typical of most athletes

Background imageMuscles Collection: Leg muscles in running, artwork

Leg muscles in running, artwork
Leg muscles in running. Artwork showing the muscles in the leg of a runner. There are over 600 muscles in the human body, with at least 14 major muscles in the hip, thigh and lower leg

Background imageMuscles Collection: Body pain, artwork

Body pain, artwork
Body pain. Computer artwork showing pain (represented by the red areas) in six different body areas. From top left to lower right, the body areas are: the neck, ankle, head, knee, lower back and wrist

Background imageMuscles Collection: Heart, Veins, Arteries

Heart, Veins, Arteries
Left - the arteries and veins Right - the muscles

Background imageMuscles Collection: Anatomy / Muscles

Anatomy / Muscles
First layer of muscles in the human body (back view)

Background imageMuscles Collection: Eugen Sandow, Muscles

Eugen Sandow, Muscles
EUGEN SANDOW American exponent of physical fitness, showing off his arm muscles

Background imageMuscles Collection: De humani corporis fabrica (Of the Structure of the Human Body), 1555

De humani corporis fabrica (Of the Structure of the Human Body), 1555

Background imageMuscles Collection: The Dragon Devouring the Companions of Cadmus, 1588. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius

The Dragon Devouring the Companions of Cadmus, 1588. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius
The Dragon Devouring the Companions of Cadmus, 1588

Background imageMuscles Collection: Young man in a suit and without shirt lying on a couch

Young man in a suit and without shirt lying on a couch

Background imageMuscles Collection: Young man in a suit and without shirt kneeling on a couch

Young man in a suit and without shirt kneeling on a couch

Background imageMuscles Collection: Eugene Sandow, Prussian strongman

Eugene Sandow, Prussian strongman
Eugene Sandow (1867-1925), Prussian strongman. Sandow, born Friedrich Wilhelm Muller, is known as the father of modern bodybuilding

Background imageMuscles Collection: Man with a naked torso wearing long underwear in a horse barn sitting on bales of hay

Man with a naked torso wearing long underwear in a horse barn sitting on bales of hay

Background imageMuscles Collection: Bare-chested man laughing

Bare-chested man laughing

Background imageMuscles Collection: Bare-chested young man smiling, portrait

Bare-chested young man smiling, portrait

Background imageMuscles Collection: Arm circulation, anatomical artwork C013 / 7419

Arm circulation, anatomical artwork C013 / 7419
Arm anatomy. Computer artwork showing the muscles (brown), ligaments (white), arteries (red), veins (blue), lymph vessels (yellow), and lymph nodes (round, yellow) of a human arm

Background imageMuscles Collection: Muscles of the neck

Muscles of the neck, historical artwork. The upper figure shows the front of the neck with the skin and fascia (connective tissue) removed to expose the musculature (red) and tendons

Background imageMuscles Collection: Eye, iris

Eye, iris
Eye. Computer artwork of a close-up of the iris and pupil of an eye. The iris, a coloured muscular ring, regulates the amount of light that enters the eye through the pupil (black)

Background imageMuscles Collection: Lower back pain, conceptual artwork

Lower back pain, conceptual artwork
Lower back pain. Conceptual computer artwork showing pain (represented as the red area) in the lower back. The bones (white) of the lower torso and arms are shown within an outline (blue)

Background imageMuscles Collection: Upper back pain, conceptual artwork

Upper back pain, conceptual artwork
Upper back pain. Conceptual computer artwork showing pain (represented as the red area) in the upper back. The bones (white) of the torso and arms are shown within an outline (blue)

Background imageMuscles Collection: YMCA Poster, Lend Your Strength, WW1

YMCA Poster, Lend Your Strength, WW1
YMCA Poster, design by Adrian Gil-Spear, Lend Your Strength to the Red Triangle, Help the Y Help the Fighters Fight, United War Work Campaign, 11 to 18 November, First World War. circa 1918

Background imageMuscles Collection: Eugen Sandow, in classical ancient Greco-Roman pose, c. 1894 (b / w photo)

Eugen Sandow, in classical ancient Greco-Roman pose, c. 1894 (b / w photo)
DGC437487 Eugen Sandow, in classical ancient Greco-Roman pose, c.1894 (b/w photo) by Falk, Benjamin J. (1853-1925); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageMuscles Collection: Anatomical drawing of musculature, side view

Anatomical drawing of musculature, side view
Secunda Musculorum Tabulae (Anatomical drawing of musculature, side view) Source: Andreae Vesalii Bruxellensis, scholae medicorum Patauinae professoris

Background imageMuscles Collection: An ecorche study of the legs of a male nude, with a subsidiary study of the right leg

An ecorche study of the legs of a male nude, with a subsidiary study of the right leg
3588687 An ecorchestudy of the legs of a male nude, with a subsidiary study of the right leg (pen & brown ink on paper) by Rubens

Background imageMuscles Collection: Muscle man John Grimek flexing his muscles with Marquis the Chimpanzee at the London

Muscle man John Grimek flexing his muscles with Marquis the Chimpanzee at the London Palladium

Background imageMuscles Collection: Young man wearing bathing trunks, leaning against a concrete wall

Young man wearing bathing trunks, leaning against a concrete wall

Background imageMuscles Collection: Head and neck muscles, 1831 artwork

Head and neck muscles, 1831 artwork
Head and neck muscles. Lateral view of the deep muscles of the head and neck. This anatomical artwork is plate 96 from volume 2 (1831) of Traite complet de l anatomie de l homme (1831-1854)

Background imageMuscles Collection: Head and chest arteries, 1825 artwork

Head and chest arteries, 1825 artwork
Head and chest arteries. Superficial arteries (red) of the chest, neck and head, which are visible when the skin and muscle fascia are removed

Background imageMuscles Collection: Cutaway model of face

Cutaway model of face
Model of face. Cutaway model of the human face, seen in profile. The internal carotid artery (red, lower right) supplies the forehead, nose, eyes and middle ear with oxygenated blood

Background imageMuscles Collection: Mans torso

Mans torso
Naked mans torso



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"Unveiling the Power Within: Exploring the Marvels of Muscles" Anatomy of a greyhound: Witness the awe-inspiring agility and strength hidden beneath their sleek exterior. The Nude Man: A testament to the human form, muscles sculpted by dedication and hard work. Diagram of Facial Muscles, Front View: Delve into the intricate network that allows us to express emotions and communicate non-verbally. Man's Body in Motion: Behold the symphony as they propel us through life's challenges with grace and resilience. Muscular System on Head: Discover how even our smallest movements rely on an elaborate web working harmoniously together. Eadweard Muybridge's Transverse-Gallop (B/W Photo): Freeze-frame a moment in time, capturing the sheer power unleashed during each stride. Heart, Veins, Arteries: Journey inside our bodies to witness the incredible cardiovascular system that fuels every muscle contraction. Athletic Young Man with Ball Lying on Stone Floor: Embrace athleticism at its finest; witness raw energy harnessed within a single individual. Cardiovascular System - Historical Artwork: Explore centuries-old depictions showcasing humanity's fascination with our body's inner workings. Neck Anatomy - 19th Century Artwork: Uncover ancient illustrations revealing how neck muscles support both strength and vulnerability simultaneously. Damaged Knee Ligament - Artwork .