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The sick rose, or, Disease and the art of medical illustration

Richard Barnett

The sick rose, or, Disease and the art of medical illustration

by Richard Barnett

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • Diseases,
  • Pictorial works,
  • Medical illustration

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDisease and the art of medical illustration, Sick rose
    StatementRichard Barnett
    ContributionsWellcome Collection, Distributed Art Publishers
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR836 .B37 2014
    The Physical Object
    Pagination253 pages
    Number of Pages253
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27166382M
    ISBN 101938922409
    ISBN 109781938922404
    OCLC/WorldCa861673497

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      The recent book The Sick Rose: Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration is not to be leafed through lightly. The volume reproduces 19th-century imag.   Title: The Sick Rose: Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration Format: Hardcover Product dimensions: pages, X 7 X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X 7 X in Published: Publisher: D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers Language: EnglishISBN:

      Dr. Richard Barnett’s The Sick Rose: or Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration is a squirm-inducing illustrated tour through a kaleidoscope of 19th century diseases we hope you’ll never suffer from. If you haven’t taken the Hippocratic oath, you’ll need to finish your lunch before delving in.   Last week when I was researching Dr. Richard Barnett’s book Crucial Interventions: An Illustrated Treatise on the Principles & Practice of Nineteenth-Century Surgery, I came across another book of medical illustration he had curated called The Sick Rose: Disease and The Art of Medical Illustration. While his book of surgical illustrations was morbidly enjoyable, The Sick Rose [ ].


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This stunning volume, combining detailed illustrations of afflicted patients from some of the world's rarest medical books, forms an unforgettable and profoundly human reminder of mankind's struggle with disease/5(). The Sick Rose is a visual tour through the golden age of medical illustration.

The nineteenth century experienced an explosion of epidemics such as cholera and diphtheria, driven by industrialization, urbanization and poor hygiene. In this pre-color-photography era, accurate images were relied upon to teach students and aid : This stunning volume, combining detailed illustrations of afflicted patients from some of the world's rarest medical books, forms an unforgettable and profoundly human reminder of mankind's struggle with disease.

Disease and the art of medical illustration book The Sick Rose: Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration by Richard Barnett is an exploration into medical illustration of the nineteenth century, featuring a wide range of diseases from gout to cancer to cholera. Before each section of illustrations is a short history of the disease being illustrated and a grouping of facts about that disease/5.

The Sick Rose Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration. Published by D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers. By Richard Barnett. The Sick Rose is a visual tour through the golden age of medical illustration. The nineteenth century experienced an explosion of epidemics such as cholera and diphtheria, driven by industrialization, urbanization and poor hygiene.

This book about medical illustration that focuses on diseases is one of the most grotesque, grossest, cringe-inducing books that I've seen. Back in the days when there were no cameras to photograph people infected with disease, artists have to draw to document such diseases and their symptoms.

The Sick Rose is a beautifully gruesome and strangely fascinating visual tour through disease in an age before colour photography. This stunning volume, combining detailed illustrations of afflicted patients from some of the worlds rarest medical books, forms an unforgettable and profoundly human reminder of mankinds struggle with disease.

The Sick Rose Or; Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration Richard Barnett Thames and Hudson Ltd, HB, pp, £, Barely had I got through the door of the mess with my copy of The Sick Rose, before a number of colleagues had stopped me, intrigued by the familiar cover picture depicting cholera.

Reactions varied from disgust to amazement as, I guarantee, Author: Sarita Gorolay. ‘A covetable collection for artists, historians and aficionados of the weird and wonderful, The Sick Rose combines social history with astonishing, sometimes gruesome artwork.

In an era before widespread colour photography, accurate medical illustrations were relied upon to teach students and aid diagnosis. Sick Roses: Disease And The Art Of Medical Illustration By Mark Dery, August 2nd Twenty-three-year-old Viennese woman, depicted before and after contracting cholera in the first epidemic in According to the original caption, the second image shows her only an hour after contracting the disease, and she died four hours later.

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ShiroOrime. The Sick Rose: Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration takes readers on a graphic tour through the golden age of medical illustration. Organized by disease and curated by medical historian William Barnett, the book offers a fascinating glimpse into illness and artistry.

All images courtesy of Thames & Hudson and the Wellcome Library of London. The Sick Rose is a visual tour through the golden age of medical illustration. The nineteenth century experienced an explosion of epidemics such as cholera and diphtheria, driven by industrialization, urbanization and poor hygiene.

In this pre-color-photography era, accurate images were relied upon to teach students and aid diagnosis.

The Sick Rose” Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration, by academic medical historian Dr Richard Barnett.

Available on Amazon UK and USA. Publisher Thames and Hudson writes: The Sick Rose is a visual tour through the golden age of medical illustration. The nineteenth century experienced an explosion of epidemics such as cholera and diphtheria, driven by industrialization, urbanization and.

The Sick Rose is a transfixing, sublime collection of portraits of the highest art. They show the dying in a way that teaches us about life and all the good things in it. They are life s: The Sick Rose Or; Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration Richard Barnett.

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The nineteenth century experienced an explosion of epidemics such as cholera and diphtheria, driven by. But how much more unsettling are the astonishing images of the dissected and the diseased in The Sick Rose: Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration, a new book sourced from the Wellcome Trust.

"The Sick Rose is a visual tour through the golden age of medical illustration. The nineteenth century experienced an explosion of epidemics such as cholera and diphtheria, driven by industrialization, urbanization and poor hygiene.

In this pre-color-photography era, accurate images were relied upon to teach students and aid diagnosis.Product Information. The Sick Rose is a visual tour through the golden age of medical illustration.

The nineteenth century experienced an explosion of epidemics such as cholera and diphtheria, driven by industrialization, urbanization and poor hygiene.5/5(3).The Sick Rose is a beautifully gruesome and strangely fascinating visual tour through disease in an age before colour photography.

This stunning volume, combining detailed illustrations of afflicted patients from some of the world's rarest medical books, forms an unforgettable and profoundly human reminder of mankind's struggle with disease.