A physiological demonstration with vivisection of a dog. Oil painting by Emile-Edouard Mouchy, 1832.

  • Mouchy, Emile-Edouard, 1802-1859.
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1832
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44579i
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A physiological demonstration with vivisection of a dog. Oil painting by Emile-Edouard Mouchy, 1832. Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0). Source: Wellcome Collection.

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1832.

Physical description

1 painting : oil on canvas ; canvas 112 x 143 cm

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Mouchy 1832

References note

Handbook of the Historical Medical Museum organised by Henry S. Wellcome, 54A, Wigmore Street, London W., 1913, p. 78 no. 153 ("Gallery of pictures, no. 153. A demonstration in physiology. Mouchy, 1832")
W. Schupbach, 'A select iconography of animal experiment', Vivisection in historical perspective, edited by Nicolaas A. Rupke, London 1987, pp. 210, 347-350
Louise Lippincott and Andreas Blühm, Fierce friends: artists and animals 1750-1900, London 2005, pp. 92-93
Didier Rykner, 'Un tableau romantique acquis par le Musée des Beaux-Arts d’Orléans', La tribune de l'art (online), 16 November 2015
Registre des ouvrages, par ordre numérique d'inscription, au Salon de 1833, Archives des Musées Nationaux (AMN) KK 27; and the Registre des procès-verbaux des décisions du Jury au Salon de 1833, Archives des Musées Nationaux (AMN) *KK49, no. 1215

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Wellcome Collection 44579i

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The date of death of the artist Mouchy is given here as 1859, following the discovery of his death certificate (Rykner, loc. cit.), rather than 1870 as given by E. Bénézit, Dictionnaire des peintres, Paris 1999

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