If you enjoy antique medical models, specimen collections, and anatomical diagrams from various cultures and eras, please treat yourself to the Morbid Anatomy blog. It's not (too) icky, I promise. The author is kind enough to include several thorough blogrolls, including museums, online exhibitions, a bibliography, and other like-minded websites. They also have compiled a list of contemporary(ish) artists whose work recalls anatomical study, whether morbid or not. The list goes from Gorey to Bourgeois to Ryden to Hirst and back. Check 'em out.
Anatomy of the skeleton, attributed to Avicenna, 980-1037. From this article on the history of anatomical maps in Asia, via Morbid Anatomy.