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A patient suffering from the effects of homoeopathic treatment. Coloured lithograph, ca. 1850.

Morison, James, 1770-1840.
Date
[between 1850 and 1859?]
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Description

The homoeopath, standing by an escutcheon inscribed "Homeophathic [sic] establishment", cocks a snook at the departing patient, who looks gravely ill. "Professor Hangthemann" who is mentioned in the lettering is an allusion to Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homoeopathy

Publication/Creation

[London] :b[British College of Health?], [between 1850 and 1859?]

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, with watercolour ; sheet 13.3 x 10.6 cm

Lettering

This is the appearance I presented when I became a convert to the Homeophathic [sic] theory, and placed myself under the care of Professor Hangthemann, who subjected me to the globule or infinitesimal system.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 565116i

Languages

  • English


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