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LL/67199
Théodore Géricault (French artist, 1791-1824)
Portrait of a Kleptomaniac or Portrait of an Insane Person
[Les Monomanes (Portraits of the Insane)]
1822
Oil painting, on panel
61 x 50 cm
 
Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent
 
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LL/67200
Théodore Géricault (French artist, 1791-1824)
A Madwoman and Compulsive Gambler (La Folle Monomane du jeu)
[Les Monomanes (Portraits of the Insane)]
1822
Oil painting, on canvas
77 × 65 cm (30.3 × 25.6 inS)
 
Musée du Louvre
 
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LL/67201
Théodore Géricault (French artist, 1791-1824)
Man Suffering from Delusions of Military Rank
[Les Monomanes (Portraits of the Insane)]
1822
Oil painting
 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
Collection Oskar Reinhart am Römerholz, Winterthur
 
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LL/67202
Théodore Géricault (French artist, 1791-1824)
Portrait of a demented woman, or The monomaniac of jealousy (also named The Hyena of la Salpêtrière)
[Les Monomanes (Portraits of the Insane)]
1822
Oil painting
 
Museum of Fine Arts / Musée des beaux-arts, Lyon
Purchased 1908, accession number: B 825
 
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LL/67203
Théodore Géricault (French artist, 1791-1824)
Insanity of a child kidnapper (Le monomane du vol d'enfant)
[Les Monomanes (Portraits of the Insane)]
1822-1823
Oil painting
 
Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield
 
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LL/76757
Hugh Welch Diamond
Woman Holding a Dead Bird, Surrey County Asylum
1855 (ca)
Albumen print, from collodion negative
15.8 x 12.1 cm (6 1/4 x 4 3/4 ins) (overall)
 
National Gallery of Art
Patrons' Permanent Fund, 1995.36.78
 
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LL/76758
Hugh Welch Diamond
Woman, Surrey County Asylum
1855 (ca)
Albumen print, from wet collodion negative
17.8 × 13.4 cm (7 × 5 1/4 ins) (image)
 
National Gallery of Art
Paul Mellon Fund, 2007.29.18
 
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LL/50009
Hugh Welch Diamond
Illustration for The Physiognomy of Insanity, by Dr. Conolly
1858
Journal illustration
 
Google Books
 
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LL/50010
Hugh Welch Diamond
Illustration for The Physiognomy of Insanity, by Dr. Conolly
1858
Journal illustration
 
Google Books
 
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LL/79779
Frederick Gutekunst
Dr. Joseph Parrish and an Idiot
1858 (ca)
Albumen silver print, from glass negative
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Gift, through Joyce and Robert Menschel, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.753a, b
 
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LL/36758
James Crichton-Browne
A bald male patient of West Riding Lunatic Asylum, Wakefield, York, suffering from 'Mono-mania of pride'
1869 (ca)
Carte de visite
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (L0041119, Library reference no.: Iconographic Collection 35106i)
 
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LL/40607
Unknown Artist (British School)
Caroline Nightingale
[Insane Asylum Patient]
1870s
Albumen silver print, from glass negative
9.3 x 5.5 cm (3 11/16 x 2 3/16 ins )
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Purchase, Anonymous Gift, 1997, Accession Number: 1997.28.2
 
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LL/40608
Unknown Artist (British School)
Elizabeth Tappenden
[Insane Asylum Patient]
1870s
Albumen silver print, from glass negative
9.3 x 5.5 cm (3 11/16 x 2 3/16 ins )
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Purchase, Anonymous Gift, 1997, Accession Number: 1997.28.3
 
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LL/36800
Albert Londe
Female patient with melancolie catalepsy
1889
Book plate
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (L0040298, Library reference no.: EPB Serials NOU/ 4)
 
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LL/36801
Albert Londe
Female patient with twitching eyelids
1889
Book plate
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (L0040299, Library reference no.: EPB Serials NOU/ 4)
 
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LL/63988
Paul Régnard
Attaque d'Hystérie - Troisième Phase
[Iconographie photographique de la Salpêtrière, Planche IV]
1876-1880 (published)
Album print, mounted with letterpress
9 x 5.5 cm (image) 21.7 x 16.2 cm (page)
 
Yale University, Harvey Cushing / John Hay Whitney Medical Library
Identifier: Salpetriere_1_04.dc
 
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LL/63989
Paul Régnard
Hystéro-Épilepsie - Contorsions
[Iconographie photographique de la Salpêtrière, Planch XXXVIII]
1876-1880 (published)
Album print, mounted with letterpress
9 x 5.5 cm (image) 21.7 x 16.2 cm (page)
 
Yale University, Harvey Cushing / John Hay Whitney Medical Library
Identifier: Salpetriere_1_38.dc
 
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LL/78502
Jean-Martin Charcot
[Photographic studies of mental illness]
1878 (or earlier)
Photographic series
 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
 
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LL/15413
Jean-Philippe Charbonnier
Paris
[Psychiatric hospitals]
1954
Gelatin silver print
 
Galerie Agathe Gaillard
 
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Contents - Themes & Fragments
Documentary - Documentary photography
Documentary - Documentary photography and advocacy
Documentary - Jean-Philippe Charbonnier: Psychiatric hospitals (1954)
Gelatin silver prints - Gelatin silver prints: Documentary
Health - Albert Londe: Female patients with mental illness
Health - Hugh Welch Diamond: Patients at Surrey County Asylum (ca. 1855)
Health - Insane asylum patients (1870s)
Health - Introduction to health
Health - James Crichton-Browne: West Riding Lunatic Asylum, Wakefield, Yorkshire, Great Britain
Medical - Introduction to medical photography
Medical - Jean-Philippe Charbonnier: Psychiatric hospitals (1954)
Mental health and psychiatry - Albert Londe: Female patients with mental illness
Mental health and psychiatry - Désiré-Magloire Bourneville & Paul Régnard: Iconographie photographique de la Salpêtrière (1876-1880)
Mental health and psychiatry - Hugh Welch Diamond: Patients at Surrey County Asylum (ca. 1855)
Mental health and psychiatry - Insane asylum patients (1870s)
Mental health and psychiatry - Introduction to mental health and psychiatry
Mental health and psychiatry - James Crichton-Browne: West Riding Lunatic Asylum, Wakefield, Yorkshire, Great Britain
Mental health and psychiatry - Jean-Philippe Charbonnier: Psychiatric hospitals (1954)
Mental health and psychiatry - The Physiognomy of Insanity, by Dr. Conolly. Photographs taken from Life. By Dr. Diamond (1858)
Social outsiders - Albert Londe: Female patients with mental illness
Social outsiders - Hugh Welch Diamond: Patients at Surrey County Asylum (ca. 1855)
Social outsiders - Insane asylum patients (1870s)
Social outsiders - James Crichton-Browne: West Riding Lunatic Asylum, Wakefield, Yorkshire, Great Britain


 
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