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[[Théodore Géricault]]'s painting ''[[Study of Truncated Limbs]]'' [http://jahsonic.wordpress.com/2007/06/13/more-gericault/] (1818-9, Musée Fabre, Montpellier), along with his ''[[Severed Heads]]'' (1818) [http://www.flickr.com/photos/jahsonic/544453454/in/photostream/] painting, demands comparisons with [[Witkin]]. [[Théodore Géricault]]'s painting ''[[Study of Truncated Limbs]]'' [http://jahsonic.wordpress.com/2007/06/13/more-gericault/] (1818-9, Musée Fabre, Montpellier), along with his ''[[Severed Heads]]'' (1818) [http://www.flickr.com/photos/jahsonic/544453454/in/photostream/] painting, demands comparisons with [[Witkin]].
-The two [[severed]] heads on a white cloth, turns out to be, not a painting of two heads fresh from the [[guillotine]], but a painted elaboration of an illustration to a book on anatomy by British surgeon [[John Bell]]. +The painting of two [[severed]] heads on a white cloth, turns out to be, not a painting of two heads fresh from the [[guillotine]], but a painted elaboration of an illustration to a book on anatomy by British surgeon [[John Bell]].
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Théodore Géricault's painting Study of Truncated Limbs [1] (1818-9, Musée Fabre, Montpellier), along with his Severed Heads (1818) [2] painting, demands comparisons with Witkin.

The painting of two severed heads on a white cloth, turns out to be, not a painting of two heads fresh from the guillotine, but a painted elaboration of an illustration to a book on anatomy by British surgeon John Bell.



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