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The apparent revival of a dead man by galvanism. Drawing attributed to G.M. Woodward.
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Culture
English
Title
The apparent revival of a dead man by galvanism. Drawing attributed to G.M. Woodward.
Work Type
Caricatures. Pencil works. Graphite drawings.
Date
[between 1700 and 1799]
Material
pencil, with grey ink ;
Measurements
sheet 18 x 21.2 cm
Description
1 drawing :
Two men express astonishment as a young man sits up from his bed, apparently stimulated by an object tended towards him by a third man. Another man hiding behind the bed pushes the young man upwards with his palm against the young man's back
Galvanism or the dead alive. Folly as it flies. Making us fools of nature so horribly to shake our dispositions with thoughts beyond the reaches of our souls
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Source
Image and original data from Wellcome Collection
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File Properties
File Name
L0074964.jpg
SSID
24791144

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