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Max Brödel (1870-1941)

Max Brödel cochlea drawing (1934)

Max Brödel (1870-1941) was a German artist known as one of the major medical illustrators of the turn of the last century. In Europe, he had made drawings for Franklin Mall in the Carl Ludwig (1816 –1895) embryology laboratory in Leipzig. In 1894 he came to Baltimore from Leipzig and was at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore from 1894 and became an illustrator in gynecology.


In 1911 became head of the first Department of Art as Applied to Medicine and known as one of the major medical illustrators of the turn of the last century. James Didusch was one of the early students in this department.


Listen also to a recent radio audio program "Max Brodel" NPR April 11, 2018

Links: Biography by Thomas Cullen

References

Cullen TS. Max Brödel (1870-1941) Director of the First Department of Art as Applied to Medicine in the World PDF

Schultheiss D, Engel RM, Crosby RW, Lees GP, Truss MC & Jonas U. (2000). Max Brödel (1870-1941) and medical illustration in urology. J. Urol. , 164, 1137-42. PMID: 10992353



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