Florence Nightingale

Receiving the Wounded at Scutari

"The Mission of Mercy: Florence Nightingale Receiving the Wounded at Scutari" painted by Jerry Barrett between 1856 and 1858, in the National Portrait Gallery, London. The work includes likenesses of many of those at the Hospital. The artist has depicted himself looking in a window at the scene.

1. Dr. Linton 2. Alexis Soyer, former chef at the Reform Club in London 3. Colonel Storks 4. Nurse Tebbutt 5. Robert Robinson 6. Reverend Mother Mary Clare 7. Dr. Crookshank 8. Colonel Sillery, commander of Scutari 9. Self-portrait of the artist 10. Florence Nightingale 11. Mrs. Roberts, FN's favorite nurse 12. Selena Bracebridge 13. Charles Bracebridge 14. William Paulet, commander of the British forces in the Bosphorus 15. The Hagia Sophia 16. The Seraglio

A glass "magic lantern" slide of the painting. A photo of a black-and-white engraving has been hand-colored.

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