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  • Joséphine le Foll

    Thomas Pole, In the Library, St. James' Square, Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery

  • Janet Orrett

    Thomas Pole, "In the Library, St James's Square, Bristol," c. 1805-6 very Jane Austen...

  • ce que me souffle le ciel

    In the Library, St. James’ Square, Bristol (c. 1805-1806). Attributed to Thomas Pole (1753-1829), physician and Quaker minister. Pole’s medical practice was concentrated on obstetrics: he lectured on midwifery and, being a skilful draughtsman, recorded instructive sketches which were engraved. In addition to being a skilled medical illustrator, Pole was a keen watercolourist and silhouettist. He created a number of hand-written books, some leather bound, in which he wrote about aspec

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