Le Tre Grazie & Back Muscles


Deep and superficial back muscles.

Depicted on the sculpture Le Tre Grazie (The Three Graces) by Canova
From the “Renaissance Collection”. A beautiful and very original way of displaying the deep and superficial back muscles. It will surely stand out and attract attention while managing to educate your patients! The design has intentionally been set up as a classic renaissance art poster that only on second glance reveals itself as educational anatomy and physiology artwork. The visibility of the numbered indicators has furthermore been minimally designed to advance this deception.

The deep back muscles, such as the erector spinae and multifidus, are responsible for maintaining posture, stabilising the spine, and assisting in movements like extension and rotation. On the other hand, superficial back muscles, including the trapezius and latissimus dorsi, are larger and more superficial, aiding in movements like elevation, retraction, and depression of the shoulder girdle, as well as arm adduction and extension. We reccommend you to view our other artwork dedicated to the back muscles here and here.

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Available as digital file, poster and canvas prints. Browse the image gallery and zoom in to view details of the various options for this artwork, incl. sizes, product type and optional logo placement. Text on this artwork is medical latin only. Contact us at shop@educare.design if you have any questions.

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We recommend using your logo in white or a light colour (ask us if you need assistance). Upload logo at checkout or send it to us at shop@educare.design. All prints are done in premium quality.
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