Children Playing at Doctors
– A wonderful scene reminding us that children’s imagination has always been their primary entertainment!
– This painting would surely appeal to viewers who love kids or viewers who like to reminisce about the playful moments of their childhood.
Christ among the Doctors
– Christ Among the Doctors is one of the few surviving works of Bernardino Luini.
– This painting was formerly ascribed to Leonardo Da Vinci because Luini often worked in the style of the famous painter
Portrait of a Nurse from the Red Cross
– Also known as The Good Samaritan the painting shows an angelic-type nurse
– A glimpse into the origin of modern nursing.
– This artwork is Sorolla’s eulogy to science. His previous works are mainly devoted to portraits and history.
– This painting and the Portrait of Dr. Simarro at the Microscope are considered outstanding paintings in the genre of naturalism. xyz This painting along with “Portrait of Dr Simarro at the Microscope” won the Prize of Honour at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts.
The First Attempt to Treat Cancer with X-Rays
– This painting is a self-portrait. Aside from being a painter, Georges Chicotot is a qualified radiologist.
– It is one of the rare moments in medical history in which a doctor produced not only data but also art.
The Gross Clinic
– The subject of this painting is Dr. Samuel Gross who was a world-famous surgeon at that time. In this painting, he is demonstrating a relatively new surgical procedure to treat bone infections.
– The artwork was rejected by an art jury in Philadelphia possibly because it is too gory to be displayed in the art building.
View of the Asylum and Chapel of Saint-Rémy
– It is considered by the heirs of the previous owner as Nazi looted art. The painting was previously owned by Margarethe Mauthner, a Jewish art dealer who lost the painting when she fled Nazi Germany in 1939.
– It was displayed in the living room of Elizabeth Taylor until it was sold at an auction for $15,991,575 in 2012 following her death.
Visiting Day at the Hospital
– Portrays the vulnerability, charm and innocence of children.
– This painting was at the Louvre before it was transferred to the Musée d’Orsay in Paris.