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Product images of Portrait of Richard Threlfall (1861-1932) and John George Adami (1862-1926)
Product details Portrait of Richard Threlfall (1861-1932) and John George Adami (1862-1926)
Portrait of Richard Threlfall (1861-1932) and John George Adami (1862-1926)
Half-length seated portrait of Richard Threlfall, facing, wearing gloves and holding a cane: with (below) head and shoulders of John George Adami, looking to the viewer's right. Extracted from a picture of a larger group. Inscribed and signed by Charles Scott Sherrington verso, in pencil,: "Threlfall & Adami as undergraduates given me by Alexander Scott C.S.Sherrington." Inscribed in ink on mount: "Richard Threlfall & J.G.Adami at Cambridge. Taken by Dr Alexander Scott & by him given to me." Richard Threlfall attended Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge, graduating in 1884.J.G.Adami attended Christ's College, Cambridge from 1880. Collected, with other ephemera, by Sir Charles Scott Sherrington FRS (1857-1952) and incorporated, with other tracts in Sherrington's volume Items touching the Royal Society.
- Image ref: RS-9795
- The Royal Society