Science (of Art and Science pair)
- 1600s – 1800
An iatrochemist performs a uroscopy, examining a small glass flask, while other activities take place in his busy workshop. A woman is waiting for her diagnosis, having brought the flask of urine in the wicker basket seen hanging from her right arm. Celestial and terrestrial globes, a hanging reptile, a seated dog, and alchemical apparatus are seen throughout the workshop. In the background are four assistants working near the hearth. In the right foreground a young man is working the bellows.
acquired by Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, Baron, prior to 1902. 
(sale, Sotheby's, London, 26 April 1929, lot 110).
Fisher Scientific, Pittsburgh, PA, acquired by Chester Fisher, prior to 1965 ; Fisher Scientific International Inc., Hampton, NH.
Chemical Heritage Foundation, 2000 (from Scientific International Inc.).Show notes
 Acton died in 1902.
 Chester Fisher died in 1965.
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Science (of Art and Science Pair). Oil paint (paint), canvas (textile material), boards (flat objects), 1600–1699. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/kh04dq53m.
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