Portrait of Benjamin Waterhouse (1754-1846) Richard Reeve
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Portrait of Benjamin Waterhouse (1754-1846)
Head and shoulders portrait of Benjamin Waterhouse, oval, half-facing to the right as viewed, his hair gathered in a queue. Plate 4 from the book Observations on the cow-pock, by John Coakley Lettsom (Nichols & Son for Joseph Mawman, London, 1801) Inscribed below the image: "R. Reeve sc. B. Waterhouse, M.D. Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine." Benjamin Waterhouse was a Professor of Harvard Medical School and was notable for introducing Jenner's method of vaccination into the Unites States. He was not a Fellow of the Royal Society.
Original: engraving. 1801
- Image reference: RS-10082
- The Royal Society
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