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Sixteen French doctors with attributes of their specialties. Colour lithograph by A. Barrère, ca. 1906.

Barrère, M. 1877-1931.
Date
[1906?]
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Description

Left to right: Paul Ferdinand Segond, holding uterus impaled on myoma corkscrew; Joseph-Jules Déjerine; Félix-Joseph de Lapersonne; Louis Théophile Joseph Landouzy; Philippe Charles Ernest Gaucher; Charles-Marie Gariel; Édouard Brissaud; Nicolas-Augustin Gilbert; Jean-Jacques Paul Reclus; Henri Roger; Odilon Marc Lannelongue; Jean-François-Auguste Le Dentu; Charles Robert Richet; Edouard Francis Kirmisson; Louis Félix Terrier; Eugène-Louis Doyen. Right, a woman lying nude on a table being photographed and/or filmed by E.L. Doyen, with three cameras on tripods, three sound recorders (Edison home phonographs?) using wax cylinders, and four bottles of champagne. To left below, a tiny vignette of a woman escaping Death who is dressed in a surgeon's coat

Publication/Creation

[1906?]

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet approximately 48.6 x 92 cm

Lettering

A. Barrère

Publications note

David Le Vay, 'Adrien Barrère, a French medical caricaturist, part I', The practitioner, 1971, 207 (July): 106-113

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 575240i


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