Embley Park, Hampshire, home of Florence Nightingale. Etching after Florence Nightingale, ca. 1854.
Embley Park, Hampshire, home of Florence Nightingale. Lithograph after Parthenope Nightingale, ca. 1900.
Crimean War: Florence Nightingale receiving wounded soldiers at Scutari Hospital. Process print by S. Bellin after J. Barrett.
Crimean War: Florence Nightingale checking on her patients and administrating medicine at Scutari Hospital. Coloured lithograph by J.A. Benwell.
Mrs Nightingale with her daughters, Florence and Parthenope. Photogravure by E. Walker after a watercolour, 1828.
Crimean War: Florence Nightingale at Scutari Hospital, 1856, plus a portrait drawing. Process print, 1908.
Crimean War, England: caricature possibly a play on class and language or corruption within the Crimean Fund Office connected with Florence Nightingale. Wood engraving by N.
St. Thomas's Hospital: the "Florence Nightingale" Ward with Christmas [?] decorations. Photogravure after A. Rischgitz.
Florence Nightingale receiving wounded soldiers at Scutari Hospital. Process print by S. Bellin after J. Barrett.
Crimean War: Florence Nightingale at the Scutari Hospital. Line engraving by G. Greatbach after J. Hind.
The statue of Florence Nightingale in Waterloo Place, Westminster, with a veteran of the Crimean War and children. Drawing by John Byam Shaw.
Crimean War: Florence Nightingale and Mr Bracebridge at Cathcart's Hill burial ground. Tinted lithograph after W. Simpson.
Jewel decorated with a red cross and three stars given by Queen Victoria to Florence Nightingale for her work in Crimea. Lithograph, 14 February 1856.