Plate XXX [Fig. 1. Foetal skeleton at six months with scythe, Fig. 2. at three months, and Fig. 3. at ten weeks.]

Method Copper engraving
Artist Edward Mitchell after Jean-Joseph Sue
Published Edinburgh: Printed for MacLachlan and Stewart, and Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy London, 1824.
Dimensions Image 265 x 195 mm, Plate 285 x 205 mm, Sheet 292 x 232 mm
Notes An illustration of foetal skeletons from John Barclay's A Series of Engravings of the Human Skeleton, MacLachlan and Stewart, Edinburgh, 1824.

Edward Mitchell (fl. 1797-1845) was an Edinburgh engraver and occasional publisher. He wrote numerous treatises on anatomy and produced over 200 engraved anatomy plates.

Prof Jean-Joseph Sue FRS FRSE (1710-1792) was a French surgeon and anatomist.

John Barclay FRSE FRCPE FRCSE FLS MWS (1758-1826) was a comparative anatomist and lecturer. Born in Cairn, Perthshire, Barclay initially studied theology at St. Andrew's and served served as a minister before going on to Edinburgh to study medicine Edinburgh. Barclay went on to study anatomy under Andrew Marshall in London before moving back to Edinburgh where he set himself up as an extramural lecturer in anatomy. His classes gradually grew in reputation and in 1804 he was formally recognised as a lecturer on anatomy and surgery by the Edinburgh College of Surgeons, and in 1806 he became a fellow of the Edinburgh College of Physicians.

Condition: Some time toning and offsetting.
Framing unmounted
Price £85.00
Stock ID 50326

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