Bust

Joseph Lister bust

Inscription

{Inside the bronze wreath on the back of the edifice:}
1827 - 1912
{The other 3 sides (left, front, right) bear the following words:}
Science, Lister, Surgery
{In the base of the statue is carved:}
Thos. Brock RA, sculptor, 1922

Site: Joseph Lister bust (1 memorial)

W1, Portland Place

This bust is sited close to Lister's home at 12, Park Crescent.

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Joseph Lister bust

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Joseph Lister

Born in Upton, Essex. Died in Walmer, Kent. Pioneer in the use of antiseptics...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Joseph Lister bust

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Sir Thomas Brock

Sculptor. Born in Worcester.  Ornamental Passions has some comments on his wo...

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