Max Brödel, from Diseases of the kidneys, ureters and bladder, by Howard Atwood Kelly, New York, London, 1922.(Dissection showing from the front the relations of the kidneys to the stomach, the pancreas, the duodenum and spleen.)
Egon Schiele. Thin black continuous line forming the shape of man scrunched up folding in and over himself. Small parts of shading placed in darker areas done with a slightly darker brown compared to the background. Continued theme of the tea stained background with the minimal black on top again with little use of colours.