'Cell Structure', painting of an idealised animal cell, 1986.

Barber, John

'Cell Structure', painting of an idealised animal cell, 1986.
3 8 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 30cm

Description

Acrylic on gesso panel painting by John Barber and Cynthia Clark, showing the internal structure of an idealised animal cell. The cell is the smallest living unit capable of growth, movement and reproduction. Cells can live in the body from between a matter of just a few minutes to several years, and are constantly being recreated from other cells by a process of division called mitosis.

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