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Hand Painted Medical Illustrations
Hand-Painted Illustrations in Watercolor/Airbrush/Gouache
(as well as modified and compiled on the computer)
However, I have also been doing illustrations in oils in 2000-03
This page is being worked-on!! See
Dr. Netter Below......
See the computer paintings as well....
This is an oil painting of an eye at high magnification, under a slitlamp biomiocroscope. The lens capsule has been sticking to the back of the iris as it opens and constricts, thus causing the ring-like fault in the pupil center. A slit beam of light is projected into the eye so as to understand the 3-dimensional relationships of structures otherwise transparent.
This painting is (one from a series) of a lateral dissection of the orbit. This appeared in Surgical Anatomy of the Orbit, (Soon to be out in a new Edition from LWW) and won an AMI Award of Excellence.
self portrait in watercolor is a student assignment when Mr. Luce was in
graduate school at age 22. It was awarded the first national medical illustration
student prize in color, The Orville Parks Award, in 1975, the year of its
Soon a webpage of his life will appear here. A true modern genius! Click image for portrait.