Juan de Valverde (ca. 1525-ca. 1587)
La anatomia del corpo umano. Vinetia: nella stamperia Giunti, 1586. Fulltext online
A pupil of Realdo Columbo, a noted physician at Padua University who studied under Vesalius, Juan de Valverde became the most important anatomist in Spain during his lifetime. When his work was translated into Italian and Latin it became even better known, even though most of the drawings were taken from Vesalius and most of the text was from Fabricius.
These images are all copper engravings derived from the Vesalius corpus.