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¿Te has preguntado cómo luciríamos de no haber evolucionado a partir del mono? Un reconocido artista del siglo XVII sí. De hecho, su obra está circulando en las redes debido a su original propuesta. Por Abraham Monterrosas Vigueras.

Curiosidades: así nos veríamos si descendiéramos de otros animales

Charles Le Brun used his artistry to compare human and animal faces Owl

Renaissance-Era Drawings Reveal Early Ideas About Evolution, works by "the greatest French artist of all time," according to Louis XIV. Charles Le Brun (1619-1690) used his artistry to compare human and animal faces, later inspiring Charles Darwin to write The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.

Baroque-Era Drawings Reveal Early Ideas About Evolution

Renaissance-Era Drawings Reveal Early Ideas About Evolution, works by "the greatest French artist of all time," according to Louis XIV. Charles Le Brun (1619-1690) used his artistry to compare human and animal faces, later inspiring Charles Darwin to write The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.

Hombre águila. Charles Le Brun.

¿Cómo luciría el hombre sí es que hubiese descendido de otros animales?

Baroque-Era Drawings Reveal Early Ideas About Evolution

Como seríamos se tivéssemos evoluído de outros animais?

Como seríamos se tivéssemos evoluído de outros animais?

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Baroque-Era Drawings Reveal Early Ideas About Evolution

Baroque-Era Drawings Reveal Early Ideas About Evolution

These are works by "the greatest French artist of all time," according to Louis XIV. Charles Le Brun used his artistry to compare human and animal faces, later inspiring Charles Darwin to write The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.

Giambattista della Porta’s De humana physiognomonia libri IIII (1586) | The Public Domain Review

Giambattista della Porta’s De humana physiognomonia libri IIII (1586)

Pages from De humana physiognomonia libri IIII.Giambattista della Porta by Giovanni Battista Della Porta, an Italian scholar, polymath and playwright who lived in Naples at the time of the Scientific Revolution and Reformation.

Baroque-Era Drawings Reveal Early Ideas About Evolution

Baroque-Era Drawings Reveal Early Ideas About Evolution

Renaissance-Era Drawings Reveal Early Ideas About Evolution

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Como seríamos se tivéssemos evoluído de outros animais?

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