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David Lloyd Roberts (1835–1920) was born at Stockport, the son of a cotton spinner, and served in a chemist’s shop before going to school at Ripponden in Yorkshire. He studied at the Manchester School of Medicine and Royal Infirmary and settled in general practice in Manchester, obtaining the post of regular surgeon-in-ordinary at St Mary’s Hospital for Women and Children. He remained connected with this institution for the rest of his life.
oil on canvas
H 94.7 x W 84.5 cm