‘War, Art, and Surgery: The Work of Henry Tonks and Julia Midgley’ reviewed by Professor Duncan Geddes

‘War, Art and Surgery: The work of Henry Tonks & Julia Midgley’ edited by Samuel J.M.M Alberti (London: Royal College of Surgeons, 2014). ‘The only people with a right look are those who can do something […] the rest are voyeurs.’  To mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, the Hunterian Museum Read the full article…

‘The Sick Rose: Or; Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration’ reviewed by Professor Shelley Wall

‘The Sick Rose: Or; Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration’ by Richard Barnett (Thames & Hudson, 2014). Following our initial call for a clinical and artist’s review of ‘The Sick Rose,’ Professor Shelley Wall offers her perspective as a medical illustrator and lecturer of ‘pathology illustration’. Richard Barnett’s magnificent book, The Sick Rose, brings together 354 images from The Read the full article…

‘The Sick Rose: Or; Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration’ reviewed by Dr Alice McLachlan

‘The Sick Rose: Or; Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration’ by Richard Barnett (Thames & Hudson, 2014). Following our initial call for a clinical and artist’s review of ‘The Sick Rose,’ Dr Alice McLachlan offers her perspective as a Foundation (Year 1) doctor.  The Sick Rose: Disease and the art of Medical Illustration is, as Richard Barnett describes so perfectly Read the full article…

Reviewer needed: ‘The Sick Rose: Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration’ by Richard Barnett

The Centre is ecstatic to offer ‘The Sick Rose: Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration‘ by Richard Barnett (Thames & Hudson, 2014) for review. We are specifically looking for an artist to undertake the challenge of reviewing this fascinating and curious collection of medical illustrations, which will be pressed alongside a review by a Read the full article…

Reviewer needed: ‘The Sick Rose: Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration’ by Richard Barnett

The Centre is ecstatic to offer ‘The Sick Rose: Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration‘ by Richard Barnett (Thames & Hudson, 2014) for review. We are specifically looking for a clinician to undertake the challenge of reviewing this fascinating and curious collection of medical illustrations, which will be pressed alongside a review by Zoe Read the full article…