image RB_1_35_37_218r
Image number: RS.16173
Credit: ©The Royal Society

Bladder stone

Date

Early 18th century

Creator

Gerard Vandergucht (b.1696, British), Engraver

Object type

Archive reference number

Manuscript page number

p218r

Material

Dimensions

height (page): 378mm
width (page): 326mm

Subject

Content object

Description

Medical studies of a human bladder stone. Two figures showing the same calculi from opposite sides. Inscribed ‘Ger.Vandergucht sculp.’.

One of four versions of the print on varying grades of paper at this location. Pulls of the same print appear at RB/1/35/37/ff.215-217 [BP/35/ff.215-217]. Another version of the print appears in RB/1/41.

Object history

Not related to Robert Boyle, despite being within the Boyle Papers collection.

Gerard Vandergucht illustrated works by William Cheselden, including The anatomy of the human body (1713, and editions into the 1720s).

Related Fellows

William Cheselden (1688-1752, British), Surgeon

Associated place

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