The "cadavers" in this collection of mostly 17th Century anatomical drawings are no somber, dead-eyed folk. Instead, they proudly -- almost flirtatously -- present their innards to the viewer for inspection. From the intro to the Dream Anatomy site's "Show-Off Cadavers" section:
"In the works of Giulio Casserio, John Browne and Pietro da Cortona, the illustrated anatomy book is a stage featuring posing, prancing cadavers. Animated with an exuberant vitality, the corpses perform an anatomical show for the reader’s gaze."
More illustrations at the link