Teaching watercolor of an unknown female subject with a rectal prolapse

Dublin Core

Title

Teaching watercolor of an unknown female subject with a rectal prolapse

Subject

Rectal Prolapse
Buttocks
Rectal Diseases
Rectum
John Collins Warren Watercolor Collection
Kaula, William J.
Teaching Aids and devices
Teaching Methods
Warren, John Collins, 1842-1927
Harvard Medical School. Department of Anatomy

Description

Possibly of a local Boston patient

Abstract

Watercolor of the buttocks and upper thighs of a woman with a rectal prolapse. Prolapse colored in deep red. Subject's upper half is clothed in white draping. The watercolor is framed in blue sewn textile.

Creator

Kaula, William J.

Date Created

circa 1896

Rights

The Harvard Medical Library does not hold copyright on all the materials in the collection. For use information, contact the Warren Anatomical Museum Curator at chm@hms.harvard.edu

Access Rights

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Is Part Of

Warren Anatomical Museum (21142.219)

Is Referenced By

Warren Anatomical Museum Records, 1835-2010 (inclusive), 1971-1991 (bulk). Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, Box 32, Folder 27
Manuscript catalogue of the Warren Museum, Canavan Accession Log, Unprocessed

Format

image

Medium

watercolors (paintings)

Identifier

21142.219

Provenance

The watercolor was painted by William J. Kaula circa 1896 for John Collins Warren to use in teaching. The watercolor was left in the Harvard Medical School Department of Anatomy after Warren's death in 1927. The Department donated the watercolors to the Warren Anatomical Museum on 05/02/1929.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

53 W x 74.5 H cm

Files

http://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/file_upload/21142_219_ref.jpg

Citation

Kaula, William J., “Teaching watercolor of an unknown female subject with a rectal prolapse,” OnView, accessed April 20, 2024, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/13359.