Private Laurence washing glass centrifuge tubes; verso [pathologist seated in the laboratory]
|Title||Private Laurence washing glass centrifuge tubes; verso [pathologist seated in the laboratory]|
|Measurement||Overall: 24.5 x 31.3 cm|
|Place made||Australia: New South Wales, Sydney|
|Physical description||pen and bue ink on paper|
|Copyright||AWM Licensed copyright|
|Description||Private Laurence, medical assistant is seated across from a sink where her gloved hands wash the glass centrifuge tubes. Another female medical assistant sits along the bench with her back to the viewer, both wear dresses with laboratory coats and head scarves.|
Verso: An incomplete sketch and features a pathologist (Captain Robert Black) seated in the laboratory at the blood and serum preparation unit in Sydney. This is a preliminary study of the subject matter related to ART29200.008 and ART22408.