Portrait of John Hunter (1728-1793) surgeon, United Kingdom, 1830-1839
This print of John Hunter (1728-1793), a Scottish surgeon and anatomist, is based on Sir Joshua Reynolds’ painting of 1789. Hunter built up a vast and varied collection of both human and animal anatomical specimens. This collection now forms the basis of the Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons in London.
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Prints made using the process of lithography - a method for printing using a plate or stone with a completely smooth surface.