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Twelve French surgeons portrayed as pathological specimens in glass jars. Colour lithograph by A. Barrère, ca. 1910.

Barrère, M. 1877-1931.
Date
1910?

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Left to right: Bernard Cunéo, holding a stomach repaired with a patch; Antonin Gosset, holding a liver and forceps; Pierre Alfred Duval; Pierre L.E. Delbet, with femur pierced by screw, and other bones; Henri A.C.A. Hartmann, describer of Hartmann's operation for rectal cancer; Jean-Louis Faure, holding excised uterus; Paul Lecène, wearing green polo-necked costume; Louis Ombrédanne, in profile, with cigarette, holding injured child; F. Legueu, in black suit with Légion d'Honneur; Alexandre Couvelaire; Cyrille Jeannin; Auguste Brindeau (the last three all in white surgical gowns and holding obstetrical forceps) The eight surgeons on the left have their feet covered with antiseptic white cloth overshoes

Publication/Creation

[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 1910?

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; image 52 x 100 cm

Publications note

David Le Vay, 'Adrien Barrère, a French medical caricaturist, part II', The practitioner, 1971, 207 (August): 239-243

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 575254i



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Twelve French surgeons portrayed as pathological specimens in glass jars. Colour lithograph by A. Barrère, ca. 1910. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


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