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  • A rich physician feels the pulse of a poor, sick patient; he tells him he is fine. Coloured stipple engraving by J.J. after E.J. Pigal, c. 1840.
  • A country gentleman surprised at the cost of his doctor's fees. Reproduction of a drawing, 1921.
  • A physician beds a young woman; her husband looks on pensively, hoping that the physician will not charge him for this 'operation'. Colour process print after Cuiliale (?), c. 1905.
  • A doctor, straddled by a skeleton, holds a full purse in his hands; signifying that he lives well off others' deaths. Coloured lithograph by G. Engelmann.
  • Nineteen scenes depicting popular disillusionment with doctors and medicine. Coloured wood engraving by Henriot, ca. 1900.
  • A doctor reading out a letter from a dissatisfied patient to his wife over breakfast. Wood engraving by C. Keene, 1878.
  • A man suffering from depressed spirits ("hypochondria") being tormented by doleful spectres. Coloured etching by T. Rowlandson after J. Dunthorne, 1788.
  • A convalescing patient complaining to his wife about his doctor's bills. Process print after S. Wood, 1911.
  • A rich physician feels the pulse of a poor, sick patient; he tells him he is fine. Coloured lithograph by E.J. Pigal, 1822.
  • Doctor Saltinbanco, a medicine vendor, attacking one of his clients for non-payment. Coloured etching.
  • A doctor, straddled by a skeleton, holds a full purse in his hands; signifying that he lives well off others' deaths. Coloured engraving.
  • The medical practitioner appearing as a devil when he asks for his fee. Engraving by Johann Gelle after E. van Panderen.
  • Evil doctors maltreating a patient. Etching by James Ensor, 1895.
  • A Scotsman protests to his doctor that he should not have to pay for his presence during the period in which he was delirious. Reproduction of a drawing by P. Fraser, 1920.
  • A man suffering from depressed spirits ("hypochondria"), being tormented by doleful spectres. Coloured etching by T. Rowlandson after J. Dunthorne, 1788.
  • A rich physician feels the pulse of a poor, sick patient; he tells him he is fine. Coloured lithograph by E.J. Pigal, 1822.
  • A rich physician feels the pulse of a poor, sick patient; he tells him he is fine. Coloured stipple engraving by J.J. after E.J. Pigal, c. 1840.
  • Nineteen scenes depicting popular disillusionment with doctors and medicine. Coloured wood engraving by Henriot, ca. 1900.
  • Nineteen scenes depicting popular disillusionment with doctors and medicine. Coloured wood engraving by Henriot, ca. 1900.
  • The tax on medicine represented as a tax on illness and, ultimately, even on the 'abnormality' of healthiness: ten vignettes. Photomechanical reproduction of a wood engraving by H. Maigrot, 1907.
  • Nineteen scenes depicting popular disillusionment with doctors and medicine. Coloured wood engraving by Henriot, ca. 1900.