Anatomical representation of the left tibia, condylar, cranial, caudal and cochlear aspects, of an adult elephant.
Black/white wash painting technique. Original canvas size: (w)53.7 x (h)51.0 cm. Original scanned size in pixels: (w)5856 x (h)8008 (400dpi). 4 drawings on canvas cropped to smaller sections for better web display at 150 dpi, combined to one final pdf-file. Final size in pixels per page 1: (w)450 x (h)362; page 2: (w)207 x (h)600; page 3: (w)234 x (h)600; page 4: (w)450 x (h)397.
Roos, Theodor; University of Pretoria. Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology. Dept. of Construction Economics(2011-04-15)
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