New York: Fowler & Wells. Original print published circa 1890. Tinted lithograph. Measures 27 3/8" x 21 1/2" Large portrait of Dr. Franz Joseph Gall, considered to be the founder of the pseudoscience of phrenology. The portrait, executed by Chas Hart & Sons Lithographs, was published by Fowler & Wells Company, a New York based publisher and scientific institution focused on phrenological education.
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Oil painting on canvas. Framed measures 29 x 23 1/4". Splendid original oil portrait, by Henry Inman; bust-length, showing the handsome physician in middle-age, with black curling hair, black coat; right hand thrust into coat. One of the most distinguished physicians in New York City a century ago, Vache was physician to the Alms-House Hospital, surgeon to Bellevue, physician to the William and Centre Streets Cholera Hospitals, and also Health Officer of the City.
Montreal: The Montreal Litho. Co. Ltd. Original poster. Color lithograph. 42 x 28 inches. This Canadian Red Cross poster features a central, large, red cross on top of which, within a circle, there is a image of a female Red Cross worker assisting a wounded soldier. Bold black text sits above and below the cross, urging the viewer to donate funds for hospital supplies and to support prisoners of war. Some wear and tears to top left and bottom right.....
Australian Government Publishing Service. Lithograph. Image measures 22.5 x 16.25 inches, sheet measures 23.5 inches x 17 inches. Archivally mounted on linen. Some stray printer marks at top margins. Franz Schiffers (1902-1976) was commissioned to create several posters warning against venereal disease aimed at the U.S serviceman overseas. This one has a serviceman tied up in his own desires floating over a giant map of Europe.