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"Feeling"; showing a man removing what might be a hot poultice from his hand. Behind him a smiling woman stretches a dressing over a brazier with hot coals. A small metal vessel that would be heated and then applied to a patient's skin is also on the table. On the wall above are a collection of medicinal items such as vials. It is an allegory on the sense of feeling.
Guildhall Art Gallery
Harold Samuel Collection
Teniers the Younger, David (1610-1690)
For related images see Record Nos: 13949 to 13953 Acquired: Bequeathed / Source: Harold Samuel / Received: 29/2/1988
oil painting
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