A woman representing syphilis; advertising Dr Abreu's sanatorium for syphilitics in Barcelona. Colour lithograph by R. Casas, ca. 1900.
- Casas, Ramón, 1866-1932.
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She holds a lily in front of her, presumably to give the appearance of innocence. On her back however, knotted into her shawl, is a snake. In the lettering, the s's of the word Sífilis are also in the form of a snake
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