C1838

The Coronal section of the Brain at the Corpus Callosum

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S/N: MED-QAW-NERV-03–183365
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Full Title:

The Coronal section of the Brain at the Corpus Callosum

Date:

C1838

Engraver:

William Fairland 

Condition:

One small spalsh of blue watercolour left hand side.

Technique:

Image Size: 

320mm 
x 500mm
AUTHENTICITY
The Coronal section of the Brain at the Corpus Callosum - Antique Print from 1838

Genuine antique
dated:

1838

Description:

Jones Quain (1796 - 1865)

Quain was an Irish-born anatomist who became professor of Anatomy and Physiology at the University of London. Erasmus Wilson was a Scottish-born surgeon. Wilson was one of the first students at the Aldersgate School of Medicine, and won prizes for surgery and midwifery in the session 1829-1830. In 1831 he was asked by Quain to become his assistant. Wilson accepted the post and was soon afterwards appointed Demonstrator of Anatomy.

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