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Sir James Mackenzie (1853–1925), MD, FRS, LLD, General Practitioner and Cardiologist
Sir James Mackenzie (1853–1925), MD, FRS, LLD, General Practitioner and Cardiologist
Sir James Mackenzie (1853–1925), MD, FRS, LLD, General Practitioner and Cardiologist

Photo credit: University of Dundee, Tayside Medical History Museum Art Collection

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A bronze bust on a two-part marble plinth. It is a copy of the bust created by the artist for the Mackenzie Memorial in Burnley, Lancashire.

University of Dundee, Tayside Medical History Museum

Title

Sir James Mackenzie (1853–1925), MD, FRS, LLD, General Practitioner and Cardiologist

Date

c.1931

Medium

bronze

Measurements

H 68 x W 53 x D 30 cm;
Plinth: H 109 x W 46 x D 56 cm

Accession number

DUNUC ARTS:2928

Acquisition method

donated by Professor Alexander Mair

Work type

Bust

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University of Dundee, Tayside Medical History Museum

Ninewells Hospital & Medical School, Dundee DD2 1UB Scotland

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