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Product images of Abraham Trembley in his laboratory with pupils
Product details Abraham Trembley in his laboratory with pupils
Abraham Trembley in his laboratory with pupils
Interior view, the naturalist Abraham Trembley showing specimens to his two pupils, the sons of Count Willem Bentinck (1704-1774). The elder of the two boys is shown kneeling on a chair, looking through a glass or microscope. The younger peers into a glass jar in which freshwater hydra are kept and there are rows of such jars behind this grouping, with books and a cabinet. The room was at Zorgvlied near the Hague in the Netherlands. Vignette from Memoires pour server a l'histoire d'un genre de polypes d'eau douce...by Abraham Trembley (Leiden, 1744), p.229. The plate is inscribed: "C.Pronck del. ad viv. 1744. J. V. Schley sculp." The Swiss natural historian Abraham Trembley (1710-1784) was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1743.
Original: copperplate engraving. 1744
- Image ref: RS-10520
- The Royal Society