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La pharmacie par l'image

Paris : Musee d'histoire de la medecine, 1973.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 72 x 40 cm.

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White poster with camel and black lettering announcing exhibit, Sept. - Oct. 1973. Also lists dates and address. Dominant visual image on poster is a reproduction of another poster. The reproduction is entitled "Amor vincit omnia." It shows a person sitting at a desk, mixing two liquids, atop a blue-green background. One of the liquids is red. The desk is covered with bottles and dishes, suggestive of lab equipment. The person is dressed in a toga and cap, all in yellow. A black cat rubs against the person's legs. A large mortar and pestle sits on the floor, along with two more bottles. Below this scene is a separate drawing of seven lab jars and containers linked by piping. There are four identical decorative designs between the containers. The entire image is the work of A. Crespin and was originally lithographed in Brussels, perhaps in the late-19th or early-20th century.

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<p>White poster with camel and black lettering announcing exhibit, Sept. - Oct. 1973.  Also lists dates and address.  Dominant visual image on poster is a reproduction of another poster.  The reproduction is entitled "Amor vincit omnia."  It shows a person sitting at a desk, mixing two liquids, atop a blue-green background.  One of the liquids is red.  The desk is covered with bottles and dishes, suggestive of lab equipment.  The person is dressed in a toga and cap, all in yellow.  A black cat rubs against the person's legs.  A large mortar and pestle sits on the floor, along with two more bottles.  Below this scene is a separate drawing of seven lab jars and containers linked by piping.  There are four identical decorative designs between the containers.  The entire image is the work of A. Crespin and was originally lithographed in Brussels, perhaps in the late-19th or early-20th century.</p>
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La pharmacie par l'image

Paris : Musee d'histoire de la medecine, 1973.

<p>White poster with camel and black lettering announcing exhibit, Sept. - Oct. 1973.  Also lists dates and address.  Dominant visual image on poster is a reproduction of another poster.  The reproduction is entitled "Amor vincit omnia."  It shows a person sitting at a desk, mixing two liquids, atop a blue-green background.  One of the liquids is red.  The desk is covered with bottles and dishes, suggestive of lab equipment.  The person is dressed in a toga and cap, all in yellow.  A black cat rubs against the person's legs.  A large mortar and pestle sits on the floor, along with two more bottles.  Below this scene is a separate drawing of seven lab jars and containers linked by piping.  There are four identical decorative designs between the containers.  The entire image is the work of A. Crespin and was originally lithographed in Brussels, perhaps in the late-19th or early-20th century.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 72 x 40 cm.

ABSTRACT

White poster with camel and black lettering announcing exhibit, Sept. - Oct. 1973. Also lists dates and address. Dominant visual image on poster is a reproduction of another poster. The reproduction is entitled "Amor vincit omnia." It shows a person sitting at a desk, mixing two liquids, atop a blue-green background. One of the liquids is red. The desk is covered with bottles and dishes, suggestive of lab equipment. The person is dressed in a toga and cap, all in yellow. A black cat rubs against the person's legs. A large mortar and pestle sits on the floor, along with two more bottles. Below this scene is a separate drawing of seven lab jars and containers linked by piping. There are four identical decorative designs between the containers. The entire image is the work of A. Crespin and was originally lithographed in Brussels, perhaps in the late-19th or early-20th century.

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