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Muscle Art in Anatomy and Physiology


  1. Choose one of the links below to access a famous sculpture. Go to File then Make a Copy to be able to edit it. If you have a strong preference for some other statue, you MUST get approval for the statue and image of it first!




  1. Find and label 25 muscles on the image. Use your textbook to help you identify the muscles.




  1. Document the artist, the name of the piece and the year it was completed. Include the style of art, if it can be found.




  1. Write a brief reflection piece about what you like about it and how it represents the human body. This should be no less than 4 sentences.

5. Turn in on Schoology under the assignment “Muscle Art”



  • Some submission suggestions:

    • ALL of the components of your assignment need to fit on to the original image or they will now show up on your submission - feel free to make the text very small for your reflection, I can enlarge it when I grade it!

    • You should go into the submission area and choose either “File” or “Resources”

      • File” → select either from your Google Drive (this is sometimes glitchy - If it appears gray, you can’t select it)...or you can Download your Drawing and attach it from your Downloads.

      • Resources” → select from your Google Drive




  1. Christ the Redeemer 11. Rocky

  2. David 12. Statue of Liberty

  3. The Discus Thrower 13. The Thinker

  4. Great Buddha 14. Venus de Milo

  5. Iwo Jima 15. Pieta

  6. The Unknown Slave

  7. Lincoln Memorial

  8. Little Mermaid

  9. Michael Jordan

  10. Motherland Calls


radius

phalangeles



The Discobolus of Myron is a Greek sculpture completed at the start of the Classical period,. The figuring is a youthful athlete throwing a discus, This was a game and you can see the man is very strong by his muscles. In the old time, they humans seem to be the same as men today.

Remember, to edit this as your own, you must go to ‘file’, then ‘make a copy’

Cervical vertebrae

cranium


ribs

mandible


sternum

Thorati


vertebrae

scapula


clavicle

pelvis


humorous

croycx


ulla

sacrum


femur

carpala


patella

metacarpals

fibula

tarsal


tibia

metatarsal



phalanges



Adapted from M. Molledo

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