Saint George's Hospital, London: the dissecting room with students and lecturers, including Henry Gray
|Caption||Saint George's Hospital, London: the dissecting room with students and lecturers, including Henry Gray. Photograph. Henry Gray, author of Gray's Anatomy, sits next to the cadaver's feet. Anatomical prints are suspended on the walls. The room is top-lit by an arched sky-light. Created between 1900 and 1999?. Dissection. Anatomy. Henry Gray (1825–1861). St George's Hospital (London, England). Medical School. Work ID: s9335xbp.|
|Saint George Hospital London dissecting room students lecturers Henry Gray Saint George Hospital Gelatin silver|
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