Deconstructed Lobster Pair (Homeras Gammarus) (Palinurus Elephas) Under Glass
Deconstructed Lobsters | Homeras Gammarus and Palinuras Elephas Specimens:
Measures: 23.5" x 9" x 25.5" H
The deconstruction technique invented by anatomist Edmé François Chauvot de Beachêne in France in the 19th century involves the meticulous disassembly of all the components of a skull or crustacea. In this case, the pieces are re-articulated and positioned in an exploded array on a copper wire support. This is the same technique as the anatomical drawings of Leonardo da Vinci.
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