(1896 - 1974)
Armin Bismarck Hemberger was active/lived in Connecticut. Armin Hemberger is known for medical illustrator-anatomy, landscape.
Biography Armin Hemberger
The following, submitted February 2005, is from Ira B Hillyer whose source is the "Yale Medicine Chronicle".
Before photography became the standard for capturing images of important anatomical findings, pathology departments hired specially trained illustrators to create visual materials for teaching and recording medical knowledge. One of the most gifted among them was Armin Bismarck Hemberger, whose career at Yale spanned six decades. Hemberger, who lived from 1896 to 1974, is the subject of new interest and may someday be featured in a documentary film and traveling exhibit.
A student of Max Brodel, who is widely regarded as the father of American medical illustration, Hemberger worked in the tradition of Vesalius, da
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