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Spinal Nerves - Glass Woman

Spinal Nerves - Glass Woman

 

Spinal Nerves - Glass Woman
Image Number: 140-006
Dimensions: 9.1 x 6 @ 300dpi
Media Used: Airbrushed Gouache on Strathmore
Formats Available: Dig./Refl./Trans.
Title: Spinal Nerves - Glass Woman
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Female, glass body, spinal cord, nerves and spinal nerves.

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