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Maud Gonne (1865 - 1953) Featured Vertical Print

Maud Gonne (1865 - 1953)

Maud Gonne (1865 - 1953), Mrs John MacBride, ardent Irish Nationalist and, from 1916, an active member of Sinn Fein. She was the dedicatee of many poems by William Butler Yeats who had wished to marry her. Mother of Sean MacBride, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Ireland (1948 - 1951). Halftone after a photograph published in 1901

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Dissection in progress Featured Vertical Print

Dissection in progress

A dissection in progress. From "Le livre de la propriete des choses" (On the Properites of Things) written by the English Franciscan monk Bartholomew Glanville called Bartolomaeus Anglicus c1230 - 1240 and translated by Jean Corbechon in 1372. Woodcut from a printed edition published 1491

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1491, 15th Century, Anatomy, Art And Craft, Bartholomew Glanville, Bartolomaeus Anglicus, Day, Dead Person, Death, Dissection, Five People, Headdress, Healthcare And Medicine, History, Illustration Technique, Indoors, Jean Corbechon, Knife, Le Livre De La Propriete Des Choses, Looking Away, Male Likeness, Men, Naked, On The Properites Of Things, Part Of, Research, Science, Single Object, Standing, Vertical, Woodcut

Distillation of medicines Featured Vertical Print

Distillation of medicines

Distillation of medicines. Female in centre is sorting herbs to be used in various concoctions. From "Le livre de la propriete des choses" (On the Properites of Things) written by the English Franciscan monk Bartholomew Glanville called Bartolomaeus Anglicus (c1230 - 1240) and translated by Jean Corbechon in 1372. Woodcut from printed edition c1520

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